DESIGNED BY AUSTRALIAN ARCHITECT EDMUND C MANFRED
Located in arguably one of Goulburn's best streets is this 'hidden gem'. A large and solid double brick bungalow awaits its lucky new owner. Bring your imagination, tools and skills to restore this wonderful family home to its former beauty.
Set on a large level 1,022sqm block there is plenty of room for the whole family. The master bedroom is currently set to the front of the home and occupies what would have been the original formal lounge room, with its large brick fireplace and feature bay window, decorative ceilings and traditional plate rail to the perimeter. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are large and mostly original, with a non-operational fireplace in bedroom 2, and again, decorative high ceilings and other original features.
There have been a few additions to the property over the years to accommodate an expanding family with a large combined family/dining room, a second bathroom and a 4th bedroom/rumpus room to the rear of the home. The formal lounge features access to the verandah to the side of the home. There is a covered alfresco area to the rear and a double garage with workshop area and plenty of shelving.
If you are handy and would love to reinvigorate this large family bungalow don't miss out, put this one on your 'must inspect' list.
Note: Edmund C Manfred was an English born Australian architect who was prominent for his works for designing well known and iconic buildings in Goulburn, New South Wales. Manfred was a qualified architect who designed some of the most iconic buildings and parks in Goulburn, including the town hall, the Goulburn Hospital, Belmore Park, and the St. John's Orphanage.
At a glance.....
Fantastic cul-de-sac location, Beppo Street
Large level 1,022sqm block
Huge master bedroom
3 other large bedrooms
Original features, decorative ceilings and plate rails
Formal lounge room
Combined family & dining
Double garage with workshop space
Inspections By Appointment Only
Ally Smith 0421 051 525 or Ed Zammit - 0422 419 769