Blending modern functionality with the elegance and character of its period, this charming weatherboard home exudes warmth and appeal. With considerable regard for sustainability and eco-efficiency through the use of natural light and solar energy systems, it offers a choice of living areas flowing outdoors to a perfect northeast to rear aspect and alfresco entertaining.
The rich, warm glow of sustainable hardwood timber radiates throughout the home with stunning polished floors, a beautiful, robust kitchen and floor to ceiling timber and glass doors that flood the open plan living area with natural light and warmth. Other eco-efficient elements include solar hot water and photovoltaic panels providing electricity back to the grid and cost savings on energy bills. The floorplan features three bedrooms all with fans and a cosy formal lounge room with ornate period ceilings, picture rails and a fireplace. The home has been opened up at the rear to include light-filled open plan living encompassing the kitchen, laundry and modern bathroom and extending to the timber deck and peaceful backyard. A pull-down ladder provides access to an insulated attic and large storage area.
Ideal as a first home, downsizing option or no-fuss rental having recently leased for $520 per week, this peaceful home is located in a tranquil cul-de-sac adjoining Islington Park and is a short walk to Beaumont Street's cool cafÃ© vibe.
* Charming weatherboard home on 233sqm allotment
* Beautifully updated with regard for sustainability and energy efficiency
* Cosy lounge room with gas fireplace
* Three bedrooms with ceiling fans
* Relaxed open plan living extending outdoors to alfresco entertaining
* Beautiful timber kitchen featuring gas cooking; modern bathroom
* Sustainable hardwood floors and doors, PV solar panels and solar hot water
* Peaceful cul-de-sac address moments to Beaumont Street
What does Preview mean?
When PRDnationwide properties are listed for "Preview" it generally means that have just been listed and you are amongst the first buyers in the market to be exposed to the property.
The vendors may not have formally set a price guide for the property at this stage as they may wish to gain further feedback from the market before doing so. Often they are gaining further feedback from the market to ensure they are being realistic with their price guide to enhance the chance of a swift sale when they go to the full Public Media Launch
What is the price guide?
Your friendly PRDnationwide agent will generally be able to provide you with a rough price guide for the property during the preview stage of marketing and can always update you on the formal price guide once it is ready to be published if it is substantially different from the Preview guide. If you have received an e-brochure about this property as part of PRD's Red Alert system, it is likely to be in the price range you have previously specified to us.
Can I buy a property during the Preview stage of marketing?
Absolutely! In fact up to 20% of PRDnationwide's properties sell in the Preview stage of marketing, often to the exclusive members of the PRD Red Alert buyer database.(register at www.prdnewcastle.com.au/red-alert? )
To give the best chance of securing a property before it makes it to the full Public Media Launch it is advised to offer towards the upper end of the pricing guide you have been given.
For a quick video informing buyers and sellers what PRDnationwide Previews are all about click here - http://tinyurl.com/cjelafr
Land Area: 233 sqm