16 September 2022

Cottage feel and full brick charm on Crawford Street

| Aiden Rothnie
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281 Crawford Street evokes a charming 1900s cottage feel. Photos: The Property Collective.

Located on a tree-lined street and sitting behind a picket fence, this character-filled, full brick home successfully maintains all its heritage appeal while boasting an incredible indoor/outdoor flow.

On arrival at 281 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan, the garden, trees and beautiful front verandah make a great first impression you’ll love to come to every day.

Inside, you’ll be charmed by three fireplaces – including one in the living room that’s bound to become a family favourite on winter nights – timber floors, timber windows, high ceilings and a leadlight front door.

The home features three spacious bedrooms, a single bathroom, and great walkability and rear lane access.

The Property Collective real estate agent Jason Maxwell said the home has a beautiful cottage feel.

“The high ceilings and timber flooring really give it this kind of old-world cottage feeling when going through it,” he said.

“I think with a little bit of extra work, anyone could turn this place into a dream home.”

Making your way into the home, you’ll cross the sunlit front verandah (it’s also the perfect spot for a couple of chairs).

Each of the three bedrooms is spacious, with two of the three boasting built-in robe storage. They’re serviced by a central, period-style bathroom.

The galley-style kitchen has views over the back garden, with loads of cupboard space and acres of bench space.

At the rear of the house, French doors allow a gentle summer breeze into the impressive family room opening to a deck that’s perfect for entertaining and a great backyard with rear lane access.

Brilliantly complemented with gas ducted heating, the home is NBN connected, with low maintenance gardens, a double garage off the rear lane, a garden shed, and space for a boat or trailer if required.

Jason said the home is in a fantastic location.

“It’s in a good spot, a really short walk to just about everywhere, and it’s got great street appeal,” he said.

“All the people who have inspected the home want to talk about is location, location location.”

The home offers excellent walkability, being only a short walk to the main street. It’s also a leisurely amble to primary schools, an Early Learning Centre, river reserve restaurants and excellent shopping options.

This charming home at 281 Crawford Street in Queanbeyan will be open for inspection this Saturday (17 September) from 10:15 to 10:45 am. To find out more, contact Jason on 0416 182 379 and check out all the latest listings on Zango.

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