For period home enthusiasts you can’t go past this property of timeless elegance. Located in the township of Yolla only metres from the shop, transport and local school this enchanting home is a reminder of what once used to be the local Post Office and residence. The 3 bedroom home has been tastefully decorated to embrace the 1920’s Edwardian period and retains many original features. The country kitchen provides a gas cooktop, electric oven and walk-in pantry together with an ample amount of cupboard and bench space. A variety of heating throughout ensures the home is cosy all year round from the reverse cycle heat pump and panel heaters to the ambience of a wood heater. After a long day why not relax and enjoy the indulgence of the claw foot bath which is incorporated in the oversize tiled bathroom along with a large vanity and separate shower. An enclosed back area creates a cosy sun-room while a detached studio room complete with power and TV connection can be adapted to suit any requirement such as a Teenager’s retreat, Man cave or just extra room. The surrounding gardens are well established on this level half acre block. There is an abundance of fruit trees, berries, and raised veggie gardens all supported with various outbuildings including a hot house tunnel and bird aviary. To complete this unique country feel the home includes a separate lock up garage with attached carport. Why not create your own history with a little piece of nostalgia from the past, phone Dee today for your private Inspection.
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