This 1937 highly sought-after double brick California bungalow is a rare find in historic Braidwood and is situated on a level garden block of 1,277sqm (approx.). Well located, offering a level stroll into the town's main street, the house has the benefit of residential living but also the satisfaction of privacy created by the beautiful established trees and shrubs surrounding the house.
THE HOUSE features a main entrance hall, a spacious lounge room with wood fireplace and elegant leadlight bay windows each with a leafy outlook, a generous dining room which would easily fit a 12-seat dining table plus a North and East facing sunroom perfect for soaking in the winter sun. There are three good size bedrooms and an original country style eat in kitchen and the main bathroom is in good original condition.
THE ESTABLISHED GARDEN creates a peaceful area to relax, enjoy nature and entertain, while being separated from the residential area around the yard by the rising trees, shrubs and fencing.
OTHER FEATURE include stunning lead light windows throughout, cedar windows, skirtings and picture rails, ornate cornices, four art deco fireplaces with mantles, two garages and outside w/c.
Open by inspection, phone Braidwood's premium agent Kelly Allen on 0466 632 696
EXPERIENCE MORE with LUTON Properties Braidwood OFFICE LOCATED AT 78 Wallace Street.
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