Highly Sought Period Cottage in Need of Renovation on Two Residential Lots
This weatherboard cottage ozzes charm and loads of potential and is situated on two separate residential lots, totally 3,035 sqm (approx.). Bring your renovation dreams and ideas with you when you come to inspect this property. She needs work but with a good renovation and a clean-up of the garden block, this period cottage could be your dream home in the country with rambling cottage gardens.
THE HOUSE features hard wood timber floors, original timber panelling, east facing front porch, spacious lounge room with fireplace, large open plan north facing dining and basic kitchen, two bedrooms and potential third bedroom/ second lounge room plus basic bathroom.
THE LAND runs east to west and is 3,035 sqm (approx.) rectangle shaped block and is currently 2 lots.
Lot 1 on the north side with cottage is 2,023 sqm (approx.) Lot 2 on the south side is 1,012sqm (approx.) estimated value $180,000
There is opportunity to renovate the existing cottage on one block, sell and make a tidy profit then build a 2nd house on the second lot (*STCA) or you could simply fall in love with the charming cottage and boast about having one of the biggest residential garden blocks in this highly sought after country town.
OTHER FEATURES include a chain of lily/ settling ponds, perfect for permaculture and gardening and multiple smaller sheds, town water, town sewage, excellent mobile reception and internet.
AUCTION Sat 14 December at 3pm if not SOLD PRIOR - Price Guide $460,000
* STCA = subject to standard council approvals
Inspections as advertised or by appointment phone Kelly Allen, Luton's Braidwood specialist on 0466 632 696
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Kelly is a LICENSED STOCK and STATION agent and services the RESIDENTIAL and RURAL real estate community in and around Braidwood; call Kelly to find out what your home is worth in today's market! PHONE 0466 632 696
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