Situated on the high side of the street in the historical Railway Station precinct, this 1950s period home abounds with character and personality.
A disarmingly modest façade belies an interior with inviting formal and informal living areas flooded with natural light. Contemporary finishes cosily align with the original hardwood floors, the 3 light-filled bedrooms off the central hallway are full of intrigue and the central living and separate kitchen/meals belong in Country Style magazine.
The equally pleasant bathroom provides a sense of style, and the outdoors is no less interesting: front and rear decks celebrate the gathering of friends with ease and the private outdoor bath is the ideal relaxation point after a weary week.
The separate studio provides a 4th guest bedroom or the ideal work from home environment which has been recently insulated.
Finishes and fixtures include:
Double glazed windows in the living areas and master bedroom
Block out blinds
5 burner Lofra oven
Ceiling fans in all main rooms
Slim-line wall heater panels
Walk in pantry and laundry
2 x split system air con/ heating units
Wood fire heater
Rinnai instantaneous gas HWS.
2nd toilet (external)
Double car port and ample tandem parking in the long driveway
Numerous Bay trees, olives and ornamental pear trees
The vendors have set in motion the lease of crown land on the northern boundary and will provide the purchaser all the paperwork provided to date to assist in completing the lease.
The home is a result of an organic, reflective approach to a renovation. Using eclectic materials and recycling the old to match with the new is a lesson in pragmatic elegance and that is the masterstroke. Adapt it is a convenient weekender or a permanent home, or make the seamless transition to a BnB, the choice is yours.
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.