58 Mayne Street Gulgong

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A property of true presence & elegance, this 1940's weatherboard cottage provides a superb setting, lovingly restored over the last few years to present an exceptional showpiece of yesteryear & charm. Beyond an enchantingly framed impressive facade embellished with glimmering natural light throughout, the home unfolds over a single level steeped in heritage features including pressed metal ceilings, floating flooring, with two original fireplaces, the comfort of reverse cycle air-conditioning and stunning period accents. Beautifully appointed, this home will span the years easily with a country style kitchen, granite benchtops, black granite sink, gas cooking and dishwasher, inviting living and dining area, 3 bedrooms with large study or possible 4th bedroom. Entertaining options include an expansive courtyard overlooking a private landscaped garden, ideal for gathering with friends and family. Sitting proudly perched on a 1113m2 on a lovely corner position with rear lane access, large work shed/stable and just a short walk to historic village of Gulgong, this charmer would make a perfect Air B&B or your forever home as all the hard work has been done.
: Living room with original brick fireplace
: 3 bedrooms, Master with ornate fireplace and built-in robe
: Air-conditioning, ceiling fan
: Beautiful granite kitchen with gas cooking and dishwasher
: Tastefully renovated bathroom
: Wood and garden shed, large work shed and stable
: Outdoor courtyard, laundry and vege garden
: 1113m2 Corner block with rear lane access and carport

Property Features

  • Land Size : 1113.00 m2
  • Airconditioning
  • Dishwasher
  • Fully Fenced
  • Workshop
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Property ID: 3465136

Angela Chapman

Angela Chapman

0413 590 660

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Contact Office

Troy McKellar Real Estate

109 Mayne Street


T 02 6374 2323

F 02 6374 2301

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