* Nestled behind the white picket fence sits a quaint double brick cottage built in 1877 * A separate living area with a cosy slow combustion wood heater, country style eat-in kitchen with plenty of work space and storage * Offering 3 bedrooms and a large family bathroom with separate bath & shower * Set on a fantastic 762.8 square metre block with established gardens * Plenty of car accommodation & storage with a single garage plus an American barn 6m x 7m * Centrally located only a short walk to town and close to schools, the hospital and Victoria Park.
* Rental Appraisal $310 - $330 per week approx
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