Auction on Site: Friday 20th October, 2017 at 11.00am
Bidding Guide: $220,000
Oh, the stories this pot of gold called “Lilliput” could tell...
Resting on the picturesque edge of Nairne, discover the quaintness of a 19th century cottage adorning a plaque whispering of a Colonial tale - such as the gold-seeking Scots aboard the HMAS Hercules C.1850, for example.
Despite the goldrush disappointment here, this cute-as-a-button relic stands to evolve from tired to revived if your developer, renovator or first-home buyer hands say so (STCC) and what a bespoke blank canvas you have...
From the expanse of 1,085sqm (approx.) of semi-rural land it stands on, to the rustic stone and timber palette to plot your designer plans upon beyond the vine-draped pergolas.
It's potential. Pure and simple.
Jam-packed with period sentiments, navigating this country snug won't take long. Therefore, casting your creative vision shouldn't have you shelling out too many pennies when you let the stone encased walls, timber slatted ceilings and leadlight windows do the talking.
But that bathroom!
Heritage style yet up-to-the minute in monochromatic tones, claw-foot bath and garden views included.
What's left is a timber country kitchen with wood stove (and stainless counterpart) overlooking a meals/family room, living room with combustion fire, two bedrooms, and a rear laundry. Homely, hearty, and readily habitable.
The north/south allotment craves garden goodness - slate retaining walls and winding paved pathways seek your budding, spring ideas. Dig, divide and provide, why not become self-sufficient and live off your land?
While your sweet spot provides bus stop practicality delivered to your door with Nairne Primary School drop-off barely a 10-minute round trip. And never fear - cafe religion and pub culture hits the main strip just one street away.
For city commuters, the Freeway Interchange sweeps you ASAP into the CBD, or take stock and stay put - after all, isn't this the peaceful settlement you were looking for?
Hone your home sweet home in historical Nairne.
A relic of Nairne's past - 1880 stone cottage
Pretty, renovation potential (STCC)
Rural outlooks from 1,085sqm (approx.) of land
Privacy & seclusion
Living room combustion fire
Kitchen wood stove
Renovated bathroom with claw-foot bath
Split system air conditioning
Within reach of the Freeway Interchange
Bus stop access at your doorstep
Pack your picnic (and bread for the ducks) for Byethorne Park
Adcock Real Estate - RLA66526
Andrew Adcock 0418 816 874
Nikki Seppelt 0437 658 067
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The floor plan included in this marketing material is for illustration purposes only, all measurement are approximate and is intended as an artistic impression only. Any fixtures shown may not necessarily be included in the sale contract and it is essential that any queries are directed to the agent. Any information that is intended to be relied upon should be independently verified.