Stirling Times - - Residential -

those look­ing to make some ex­tra in­come.

The large house con­sists of the main res­i­dence at the rear plus a mod­ern at­tached dwelling at the front with an open-plan kitchen/meals/fam­ily space, three bed­rooms with built-in robes, a com­bined bath­room/laun­dry, and a sin­gle car­port.

It also fea­tures high ceil­ings, stone bench­tops and Tas­ma­nian black­butt floors.

The larger house of­fers a sense of nos­tal­gia an­chored by ex­posed brick­work, an or­nate fire­place and french win­dows fram­ing the lush gar­dens on the block.

While it has plenty of charisma, it is also very func­tional with kitchen/meals area, a for­mal din­ing/lounge room with a wood-burn­ing fire­place, a study with ex­ten­sive in­te­grated cab­i­netry and a gen­er­ous ground­floor bed­room ser­viced by a well-ap­pointed bath­room.

There are two ad­di­tional bed­rooms on the top floor in­clud­ing the mas­ter that can be con­verted into a ded­i­cated par­ents’ floor.

Each res­i­dence has its own en­try and they share the pic­turesque out­door ar­eas bor­dered by well-es­tab­lished gar­dens.

At the back of the block is a wel­com­ing fam­ily-sized pool next to a shaded al­fresco com­plete with a bar­be­cue al­cove con­nected to mains gas.

Ex­tras in­clude a se­cu­rity sys­tem, an eight-panel 1.5kW so­lar power sys­tem, three gar­den sheds and gar­den retic­u­la­tion.

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