Over one hundred years on, the timeless appeal of this historic property remains current with the addition of ducted reverse cycle heating for year round comfort. Stunning views across Lowestoft Bay and MONA from almost every room combined with enviable privacy on approx. 1,600 sqm of well established gardens, you will not want to leave home! Level, sheltered entry inside to the kitchen from the double carport makes bringing in shopping a breeze. High ceilings and well sized bedroom and living spaces, characteristics of a 1900 circa home, give you ample room for placing furniture and holding family gatherings.
Versatile in its layout, the fifth bedroom could be used as a study or a second living space. If you love sun, this home attracts plenty, whether it be on a lazy weekend morning enjoying breakfast on the front private balcony overlooking the views or later in the afternoon under the shade of the carport which doubles as an undercover entertaining area.
Close to local services and the popular bike track (an easy 25 minute ride to the City), this historic residence was once the Managers House for the Lowestoft Farm Estate. The home is not heritage listed, so not restrictive should you wish to make changes in the future and could be considered for strata development subject to council approval and necessary searches.