Period homes don't come much more charming than this character filled double brick residence in the township of Dungog. Built in the early 1900's, this stunning north-facing house is brimming with period features including soaring ornate ceilings, polished hardwood floors and open fireplaces that have been meticulously restored to their original beauty.
The home has been lovingly kept by the current owner for the past 20 years and combines the perfect balance of old-world charm and modern convenience. Wide wraparound verandahs provide the perfect place to sit and enjoy your morning coffee or relax and unwind in the afternoon sun.
Entering the home, you are sure to be impressed by the size of the rooms and the softy filtered light coming through the windows. A spacious formal lounge and dining room is situated at the front of the home with air conditioning and eye-catching open fireplace with a polished Cedar timber mantelpiece.
The room off the living area showcases another period fireplace and polished floors, while presenting a list of possibilities of what it can be used for a 3rd bedroom, 2nd living area, dining room, study - the choice is all yours.
A true country style kitchen with Australian Red Cedar cabinetry and benchtops is sure to impress. The free standing 5 burner gas cooktop with downlights directly above is guaranteed to excite the chef of the household. A combustion fire is also nestled in there to keep the kitchen warm in the winter months.
The 2 generously sized bedrooms are more than accommodating for king sized beds. The main has a bay window and French doors that open, onto a private side verandah, while the second bedrooms contains a built-in wardrobe and also access to the side verandah.
Whilst the bathroom is original it boasts several impressive features for a period home including the cast iron bathtub which holds hot water for hours on end.
It doesn't stop there, outside comes complete with a self-contained granny flat with its own bathroom, laundry and kitchenette which is an ideal teenage retreat, secondary accommodation for extended family or the option to put a tenant in it and create an income.
Behind the picket fence on the 1321sqm block, a single lockable garage with side lane access and a double carport are there to accommodate all your storage needs.
Surrounded by lush leafy gardens that have been carefully placed to provide the home with privacy while having the convenience of being situated just off the bustling main street of Dungog which is home to several popular cafes, restaurants and country boutiques.
Open for inspection each Saturday 12pm - 12:30pm with the Auction pencilled in for Saturday, 24th July at 11am onsite.
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