The Advertiser - Real Estate

Ideal start in a nice township

- Tom Bowden

A Penola property could be the perfect first home or holiday house, being set in a cute regional township.

The neatly presented weatherboa­rd and Mount Gambier stone bungalow was built in 1883 and features a mix of character and more modern features, including 3.3m pressed tin ceilings, a wide entrance hallway, a chandelier, picture rails and solid doors. It has three bedrooms, the master with a slow combustion heater and opening externally to the front yard.

The kitchen has been updated and features a stainless steel oven, an electric cooktop, a tiled splashback, a dishwasher, a double sink and a pantry. It opens to a family room that opens via french doors to a covered alfresco entertainm­ent area with a wall-mounted TV and double gates for direct street access.

A separate unit sits at the right-hand side of the home and has a bedroom, a hallway, a dining room, a kitchen and a bathroom/laundry.

The home has an 11m x 4m shed with a cement floor, power and an electric rollerdoor.

34 Riddoch St, Penola

$265,000

Agent: Elders South East, Katie Allen 0408 009 586. Land size: 559sqm. Open: By appointmen­t.

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