Circa 1836, this sandstone property is fondly referred to by the Ross locals as The Old Gaol, as it was originally the local goal and police station, before eventually becoming The Council Clerk's House for the Ross Council. After amalgamation, the property passed into private hands, and has been lovingly restored to become a beautiful private residence. Offering up to 4 bedrooms, with a versatile floor plan, the kitchen/dining has been updated to a very high standard, and the bathroom has the convenience of floor heating. The main living area is huge, with electric heating through the home. A fine wide entrance hall adds to the charm. Externally, a single garage with workshop and large separate modern laundry with its own shower, toilet, and hot water cylinder. The gardens are colourful and easy to maintain, and there's plenty of space for off street parking if desired. Zoned Commercial, a property that must be inspected to be appreciated.
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