Circa 1830's, this heritage property has been beautifully restored to offer the comforts of modern amenities whilst maintaining the character and charm of the home. Including lovely original timber floors and skirting boards, open fireplaces and windows.
Nestled behind a white picket fence amongst lush, established trees and bushes this home offers two bedrooms, one with built-in robe. With an attic room accessible by a pull-down ladder - offering a large amount of storage space.
A country-style kitchen with high-quality appliances, including gas cooktop and dishwasher with ample storage and bench space. Cosy open living area that enjoys the ambiance of an open woodfire.
The bathroom has been tastefully renovated with beautiful furnishings and fixtures and includes a shower, vanity and toilet.
Further, there are three outhouses currently used as a laundry, storage space and garden shed with the added bonus of an additional toilet.
A sunny bricked area to the side of the home offers the ideal entertaining area and the perfect place to relax and enjoy the low-maintenance garden.
Further features include plenty of off-street parking along with fantastic heating options, including panel heaters and open fire.
Well-positioned in the historic town of Longford, known for its colonial charm, convict buildings, just minutes walk or drive to the local Longford Primary school, fantastic bakeries, cafes and shops including the popular Hill Street Grocer. Only 15 minutes from Launceston CBD.
This one will have you falling in love!
Year Built: C1830's
House Size: 113m2
Land Size: 679m2
Municipality: Northern Midlands
School Catchments: Longford Primary
Zoning: General Residential
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