85 Molesworth Street, Tenterfield

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‘ST. CUTHBERTS’ – Historic Tenterfield Residence

Here is your chance to secure a quality residence steeped in Tenterfield history with great character and charm in a desired, central location.

Built in 1870 as a storage shed for the local flourmill, the main building was converted to a residence in 1904 and has since been lovingly restored to a beautiful homestead with a tasteful blend of original and new features.

Timeless features include steeped pitched roof, high ceilings, embellished doorways, cedar doors and architraves, double brick walls, colonial style windows, wine cellar and more.

This period masterpiece is spacious in design consisting of 2 generous bedrooms, dressing room, formal lounge with combustion heater, formal dining room with gas heater, sunroom/library, modern kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and walk-in pantry, meals area and family room with gas heater, r/c air con and combustion heater, white and bright bathroom with open shower and bath, laundry with second toilet.

Nestled amongst landscaped English gardens and mature shade trees; which add great privacy to the property is the fully self-contained semi-detached 2 bedroom cottage ideal for guests.

Double garage with auto roller doors, attached workshop and additional storage space for the keen gardener. The property has an electric equipped bore and a great incentive is the 9kw stand-alone solar power system with a 5.5kva inverter.

All of this is situated on a delightful, fully fenced 2331m2 corner allotment, one block from the CBD and High School and across from the Bowling Club and sporting fields.

With timeless appeal and lasting quality, the style and grace this home presents must be inspected to be appreciated.

Genuine inspections only.

$550,000.00

ID# 11415100696

Land Area 2,331 sqm

Steve Alford

Steve Alford
0428 100 328

Helen Crotty

Helen Crotty
0403 644 510

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