This quaint renovated 2 bedroom settlers cottage is nestled on 4 acres on the outskirts of picturesque Auburn, still within walking distance to town facilities. The cottage, circa 1855, is full of character including country kitchen, cosy sitting room, bathroom with claw foot bath, large cellar. Wide cooling verandahs surround the cottage with plenty of spots to sit back, relax and enjoy the vista of vineyards, rolling hills and country side. Character features include flagstone slate floor, wood stove, combustion heating and the most wonderful French windows that open to enjoy the country breeze and views. A sweet one bedroom guest cottage is ideal when the family visit, self contained with kitchenette, lounge/dining, single bedroom and bathroom. Other outbuildings include the original stone stable, well fenced chook house, double garage 7.5m x 6m with roller doors and separate storage shed which was the original dairy with 3 phase power. There are plenty of fruit trees including citrus, plums, fig, pistachio. Out the back there is a paddock ideal for keeping your own horse or pony. The property could easily be established as BandB and is perfectly suited to those people looking for that weekend escape or for retirement. Realistically priced and one of Auburn's best kept secrets. Call me today for a private inspection of the property.
|Address||Price||Property type||Sale type|
|9 Kingston Terrace||3||$270,000||House||Sale|
|Lot 3 Main North Road||3||$245,000||House||Sale|
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