Sold 01/11/2019 Undisclosed
A terrific first home or investment
On a superb corner block of 2100 square metres (approx.) and set well back from the road, this elevated post WW2 brick veneer house presents beautifully. In original condition, but so very well preserved, the home is light-filled and full of surprises. There are 3 large bedrooms all with BIR’s, the main with restful country views, a central bathroom (separate toilet), a study nook and a massive potential self-contained area with its own shower and separate toilet. A large and comfortable lounge room plus an adjoining generous and practical kitchen/meals area (with pantry and breakfast bar) provide lovely garden views. Gas ducted heating and a small but efficient air conditioner mean effective climate control all year round. Lovely ceilings and cornices throughout and extensive use of quality timber frames and doors truly capture the era when good craftsmen plied their trades.
Outside, the garden is a treasure trove of bulbs, flowers, garden beds, a range of specimen and fruit trees and a side, very large “paddock” for the 7 hens which have their very own well-constructed hen house.
A semi-circular driveway leads to the twinned carport/garage/workshop and a covered pergola provides a lovely spot for a cup of tea and/or restful reflection times on sunny days.
This home could be a first home owner’s delight, an investor’s gem or a true long-term family home. You choose.