A character-filled federation home believed to have once been a blacksmith’s house offers an affordable option for those looking for a property in the gateway to the Snowy Mountains.
The three-bedroom home at 1 Mulach Street, Cooma, is on the market for $390,000 and features original pressed ceilings, rose light surrounds, original open fireplaces and leadlight feature windows.
Listing agent Raylin Fletcher of Boller & Company Real Estate said the house can best be described as “charming, full of character, yet comfortable”.
Ms Fletcher said the home has been placed on the market “after a much-agonised decision” because the current owners need to move to a smaller place in a warmer area.
“It’s a beautiful federation home which in the last few months has been exposed to the neighbourhood with the removal of the large front hedge and installation of the lovely white picket fence,” Ms Fletcher said.
Two of the home’s bedrooms have original open fireplaces, while the roomy main bedroom features a charming conversion of an old fireplace for a cupboard.
The bathroom has been tastefully renovated and the modern kitchen includes a dishwasher, plenty of cupboards and bench space.
The lounge features tall windows and is billed as “a beautiful space to relax or to watch the birds on the bird bath”.
Double timber doors open out from the house onto a relaxing entertainment area and rear yard.
The fully-fenced yard has an automated sprinkler system, garden shed and lovely fruit trees which last season produced plenty of peaches.
For more information about the home or to arrange an inspection please contact Ms Fletcher on 0416 280 077 or click here.