From the wrought-iron picket fence to the claw-foot bath, this three-bedroom cottage is the perfect blend of old and new.
Cute as a button, the cottage has had a modern make-over from top to bottom, but retains many of its wonderful period features.
The owner, an art director, is moving to Sydney for work and is offering her creative space for sale at 139 Goldsmith Street in Goulburn.
Selling agent Justin Gay from Ray White Goulburn says the home has been beautifully renovated and has some stand-out features that reflect the owner’s quirky style.
“It’s a really classy reno, and the home has a lovely ambience,” Justin said.
“The way the owner has opened up the kitchen, dining and living space really enhances the beautiful period elements like the timber flooring, timber windows and pressed metal ceilings.”
He says the home offers a functional, modern living space with a new kitchen and bathroom and a fantastic covered outdoor living space.
“All the hard work has been done,” he said.
“It’s ready for a family, first home buyer or downsizers to just move straight in and start enjoying the great location.”
Close to the Goulburn CBD, opposite the hospital and with three great schools nearby, Justin said the home is ideal for anyone seeking “the ultimate character cottage” in town.
“The new aquatic centre is also just around the corner,” he added.
Pristinely presented, the home features reverse-cycle air conditioning for year-round comfort and a gas fireplace set in the period surround.
The new black and white country kitchen is generous in size with ample storage space, while the luxurious bathroom features a shower, clawfoot bath and stunning gold tapware.
Justin says the north-facing backyard and alfresco area is perfect for entertaining, relaxing with a good book or spending time in the garden.
Sitting on a 405 square metre block with highly sought-after rear access, there’s plenty of extra workspace with a double garage and carport.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Ray White is conducting private one-on-one inspections for all listings.
Original Article published by Katrina Condie on The RiotACT.