There is nothing quite like the street appeal of an old style weatherboard with high pitched colorbond roof and a beautiful return verandah. Just as impressive is the alluring charm of the classic decorative features that have been retained within.
There are high ceilings, timber fretwork, dado boards, polished timber floors throughout, 3 wonderfully large bedrooms and a gorgeous central lounge room with pressed metal ceilings and a combustion fire.
The generous sized country style kitchen, and the adjacent dining area, are both at the rear, and are filled with gorgeous natural light from the northerly aspect. Also at the rear is the very tidy bathroom.
A large awning stretches across the back of the home, providing a lovely setting for outdoor furniture and takes in the lush outlook of the fully fenced and established gardens in the sprawling backyard.
Semi-enclosed car accommodation with gating, adjoins the side of the home and is accessed from the street, whilst a colorbond garage with lean-to area, along with various garden sheds are nestled at the back, which can be accessed via the rear lane.
A little hidden gem in the garden is an original primitive miner’s cottage. Later used for a horse and sulky shelter and currently used for storage, it could be converted for many uses.
Located in a quiet back street, just minutes to the Kurri Kurri CBD and the Hunter Expressway, and just an easy stroll to the primary school, the location is the best of both worlds.
This property is a combination of old world character and space, with the convenience of location.