All the charm and original character of this home has been lovingly restored bringing it back to its former glory. Before you enter the front door, you will be greeted by original stained glass windows, a deep front porch and lovely cottage gardens, complete with white picket fence.
Once inside, you experience a trip back in time with beautifully restored, decorative ceilings, hardwood floors, an original stove and alcove in the kitchen, timber fretwork in the hall, picture rails and more. Thoughtful updates bring the home up to modern standards with an enclosed Jindarra fireplace and contemporary feature lighting, adding a modern twist. The luxurious bathroom includes ample storage, underfloor heating and towel rail. A bi-fold window provides views to the backyard from the claw foot bath and the frameless shower.
The traditional kitchen is a chef’s dream with freestanding SMEG gas cooker, stone benchtops and backsplash and ample cupboards. At the rear of the home is an open sunroom with cedar bi-fold doors leading out to a deck and the 'pretty as a picture' backyard.
The established garden provides a private oasis with shade from a stunning magnolia tree. The large deck area is an inviting place to relax, enjoy BBQs and entertain under the beautiful outdoor lighting. A rustic outdoor shower overlooks a cedar hot tub at the rear of a quaint garden shed.
Fresh white paint throughout, curtains to the bedrooms and lounge and solar power complete this beautiful home. The property location is a convenient 5 minute walk to all Milton has to offer. This home is highly appealing and ready for you to enjoy.
Please call Christine Martin to arrange an inspection.
Disclaimer: We have obtained all this information from sources we believe to be reliable; however we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations where possible.
* Did you know - Bella Coastal Property also offer a property management service? If you’re considering renting your property, are looking to buy or would like a free review of your current portfolio, please call our office on (02) 4455 2002
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