Situated on the edge of Central Nowra is this charming classic double brick home. The early 1900's double brick home is located on an impressive 1227 m2 block (approx.). The property is Zoned R3 Medium Density. The home still boasts a lot of the original characteristics inside and out such as the slate roof, window awnings, 10' ornate ceilings, picture rails, and floorboards. The accommodation offers 3 large bedrooms and lounge area featuring ornamental fireplace and mantelpiece, separate family area off the kitchen and dining space, as well as a study/ sun room. 80 East Street is located within walking distance to the amenities of the Nowra CBD & would be perfect for someone who truly appreciates old-world charm, but may want development potential down the track. For more information or to inspect the property please contact Jared Cochrane on 0404 210 824 or Corey Hamilton on 0474 705 842
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