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A Perfect Blend of Period Charm and Contemporary Convenience
Pretty as a picture behind its white picket fence and roller driveway gate, this gorgeous weatherboard bungalow is as charming as it is contemporary. If you love the elegance of ornate plaster ceilings, coloured glass windows, timber floors and intricate fretwork, then this home will instantly catch your eye. Stylishly updated throughout with all the modern conveniences expected today, enjoy bright open plan living with a Caesarstone island kitchen as its centrepiece. Three bedrooms are served by a full-size bathroom where a deep bath and separate shower come together in a display of modern design. Indoor/outdoor entertaining can also be enjoyed on the covered deck. A huge bonus is the rear shed conversion with second toilet, laundry/ kitchenette that may support home-based professionals to work in a quiet disruption-free workspace. Georgetown is super central and surrounded by amenities. Stroll up Asher Street to the local shopping strip and popular George Café, or a little further to Waratah shopping village and a choice of primary and high schools. 10 minute stroll to Knights Home ground, Throsby creek bike track or Broadmeadow Railway station.
- Classic weatherboard and Colorbond roofed home on north facing 424sqm block
- Bright open plan living and dining with high ceiling and timber floors and celling fans throughout for the energy conscious
- Caesarstone island kitchen with 5-burner gas stove, rangehood and Miele dishwasher
- Air-conditioned master bedroom is oversized encompassing a north facing sunroom
- Full-size bathroom with bath, shower and Caesarstone vanity
- French door access to covered deck and fully fenced backyard
- Natural gas available for outdoor entertaining and also internal heating
- 2.2km to Mater hospital, 3.5km to Beaumont St, 4km to Newcastle city centre
Disclaimer: We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.