Ideally situated amongst the busy retail activity of Angaston’s cosmopolitan main street, this circa 1890’s historic stone cottage is an essential acquisition for those looking for the perfect, centrally located residential property (STCC).
Behind the quaint picket fence and the lovely cottage garden, this appealing home is rich with character details including the exposed stone to its external walls and a traditional heritage front verandah with wrought iron accents. Enter the lovely wide central hallway to discover the appeal of polished Baltic floorboards, high ceilings with decorative cornices and original fireplaces with both marble and timber surrounds.
Buildings of character possess their own natural warmth and atmosphere and the layout here will suit either small business or residential. The floor plan is comprised of three good sized bedrooms, an adaptable open plan middle room space which would double as the lounge room with open fireplace, a spacious eat-in country style kitchen with original cast iron wood stove, double porcelain butlers sink and quirky built in window seat, a huge bathroom with inviting spa tub, second toilet and rear utility rooms.
Undercover areas provide shelter for vehicles or outdoor gatherings and the beautiful shaded areas provided by the enormous old 1912 planted currant vine or the prolific apple tree are simply priceless. There is good wide vehicle access right through to the rear of the property and abundant available parking on the street and off.
Proven to be a successful commercial site in the past; from vet surgery to retail outlet and centrally located B&B, this opportunity would suit not just the serious investor or business person but will also capture the attention and emotional attachment of the buyer looking for a gorgeous character cottage in the heart of the stunning and tightly held township of Angaston.
Make your enquiry today and arrange a viewing time with selling agent Felicity Cock of Homburg Real Estate on 0411 456 266.
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