This property truly makes a grand statement sitting proudly in an elevated position, yet just one block back from the main street A federation beauty from a bygone era, built in the early 20th century it exemplifies all the charm of its time.
The wide central hall is highlighted by the ornate arch ways that you can't help but admire. Dignified and rich in character retaining many of the period features including polished timber floors, ornate ceilings, wide skirting boards, picture rails, 5 fireplaces all of which have been successfully blended with modern conveniences and a fabulous family room extension to the rear.
The stately formal living and dining rooms have old fashioned charm with original fire places creating a wonderful ambience of warmth and character to both rooms. The huge verandah with distant views over Yass is a wonderful spot for winter warmth and makes an ideal rumpus or second family room.
A spacious light filled granite kitchen flows into a sunny casual living and dining area that opens through French doors onto the private garden courtyard area, offering a leafy and inviting space to relax and enjoy .
4 very well proportioned bedrooms (master with ensuite, some with fireplaces) plus a study/ home office and deep cupboard used as a cellar.
A large carport allows under cover access to come into the house from the weather and there’s a single lockup garage at the back of the garden with rear lane access, vegie gardens and water tanks.
A substantial and exceptional family home with echoes of the past that will continue long into the future.
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