- 3 Beds
- 1 Baths
- 3 Car Spaces
- 857 Square metres
Discover The Charm of Yesteryear
Character laden, historical cottage bursting with 'olde worlde' charm from the early 1900's.
Retaining most of its original features, the house was built by Captain George Arnold during the European Settlement period and is one of the 'Seven Sisters' tin clad cottages.
This quaint home is nestled safely away from the road in the quiet cul-de-sac of Arnold Street.
PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
. Original pressed metal walls and ceilings enhance the interior, whilst metal brick-pressed panels clad the exterior.
. Comprising 3 bedrooms with ceiling fans; one bedroom with its own combustion heater.
. Central hallway with high ceiling leads to the cosy loungeroom with original fireplace and bonus of a new R/C air-conditioning wall unit.
. Bright and roomy kitchen with functional original stove still intact and a view to the private, leafy backyard.
. Bullnose verandah at entrance to the home creates an inviting front porch area.
. Lovely gardens include pathways, shrubs, flower beds and fruit trees.
. Enclosed single garage with roller door and concrete flooring.
. 2 x 2000 litre rainwater tanks
Call NOW on 0488 972 888 for more information or to arrange a private inspection.
Disclaimer: We the agent, make no guarantee the information is without mere errors and further that the purchaser ought to make their own enquiries and seek professional advice regarding the purchase. We the agent, are not the source of the information and we expressly disclaim any belief in the truth or falsity of the information. However, much care is taken by the vendor and our company to reflect the details of this property in a true and correct manner. Please note: neither the vendor nor our company accept any responsibility or liability for any omissions and/or errors. We advise that if you are intending to purchase this property, that you make every necessary independent enquiry, inspection and property searches. This brochure and floorplan, if supplied, are to be used as a guide only.