Properties like this one certainly don’t come along every day. It has very good bones and was built under war service loan conditions, so you know it’s been done properly. Entering the home through the sunroom you’ll notice the parquetry flooring and the option to go further into the home via the French doors into the lounge room or through what was the original front door into the entry space then the hallway of the house. The carpeted lounge has a functional fireplace as well as a ceiling fan. All the bedrooms are generous in size unlike modern homes and the master has a massive built in robe. The bathroom hosts a bath and a shower, vanity basin and there’s a separate toilet. Walking from this space down the hallway to the kitchen you immediately are struck by the quality of the timber used in the flooring of this dwelling. I believe it’s Blue Gum and it shows dominant throughout the home as a floor covering. At the end of the hallway it opens up to the large kitchen which has an electric stove, range hood, great pantry, single bowl sink, ample cupboards and bench space. On the southern side of the kitchen is the large laundry where the toilet is located and you exit the building to the backyard.
Externally there’s a single lock up garage, a small garden shed and well established trees and gardens. With a little loving elbow grease this home can be returned to its former glory, arrange an inspection you’ll be glad you did.