- Updated On:
- 21 May 2019
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 1 Garages
Cute cottage with history
Lot 15 DP 758149
Block: 1189 m
Built: 1880 originally
Construction: Double brick & weatherboard
The brick section of the house was built circa 1880. The weatherboard section was added not long after, but it is uncertain when they were joined. This property was once the Bowning Telegraph Station and is across the road from Henry Lawson’s residence from 1899 -1913.
The kitchen has been renovated and faces north, opens onto the dining room with high ceilings and original timber floors. The family room also has high raked ceilings, pot belly stove and a feature stained glass window. Separate lounge room with polished timber floors, high ceilings & timber lined walls. The master bedroom opens onto the very private deck and has WIR. The second and third bedrooms are currently used as studies and are both beautiful rooms.
Bathroom with shower over bath, wc & basin.
Lovely sunroom which opens onto the deck, you can follow the sun through this home. Set in lovely cottage gardens there is a single room studio, covered BBQ area, garden shed and car port. Bordered by established trees.
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