Engaging weatherboard cottage beautifully positioned on a 1642sqm gently sloping double block on two titles in a quiet leafy location just off the main street.
Plenty of internal and external period features including dado-lining, high ceilings and stunning polished hardwood floorboards combined with generous spaces to create a warm and relaxed ambience that will appeal to a variety of buyers.
There are three good sized double bedrooms each with their own wall air conditioners and ceiling fans. The bright centrally located family bathroom boasts a timber vanity, large shower, claw-footed bath and toilet. The hub of the home is the all-white electric kitchen with ample preparation and storage space plus walk-in pantry and delightful original fuel burning stove. The adjacent dining zone provides restful garden views. With French doors opening to the east side deck, the spacious lounge with slow-combustion heating built into the original fireplace offers an inviting relaxation area.
With wide covered verandahs on three sides and an expansive, elevated covered rear deck complete with combustion fire adds to your outdoor entertaining options. Below the impressive entertaining deck is a fully concreted area suitable for boat and trailer parking with a secure teenage retreat/ guest room with its own shower and toilet.
An impressive free standing 9m x 8m double colourbond garage with two extra high roller doors has a mezzanine level for storage, kitchenette, bathroom facilities and laundry.
The eye catching black stained rural fencing encompass the established lawns & gardens, small orchid and timber chook pen which all combine to give you that feeling of country life within walking distance of schools, sporting fields and the Dowling Street business centre.
43 Myles Street is currently tenanted so inspections are strictly by prior appointment so please phone ahead with plenty of notice.