THIS enchanting Federation-styled home sits high on the hill overlooking Northam and offers ever-changing views of the Avon Valley.
The brick and iron, four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on an acre of land with mains water, mains sewerage and three-phase underground power will have its admirers.
The property is nicely secluded, from the road you are unable to see any anything which adds to its mystic.
As with homes built in this era, high ceiling, rich polished floorboards, original pressed tin, wide verandahs and stained glass windows feature throughout.
To the front is a generously sized master bedroom with ensuite, including double basins, a shower and toilet.
The family lounge room has a slow combustion wood heater with lovely stained glass windows this room has a real sense of calm.
Along a hallway is the well-appointed Tasmanian oak kitchen, which has abundant bench and cupboard space, a pantry and island bench.
The separate dining room is close to the kitchen.
Towards the back of the home is a sun-filled sitting room, which also has a slow combustion wood heater and large floor-to-ceiling windows which take in the well-established, low-maintenance grounds.
Three bedrooms - one of which is being used as an office - are to one side of the home with the family bathroom at the opposite end.
The owners have spent many hours establishing the grounds, which include vegetable garden beds, a chicken run and easy-care plants which compliment the Federation theme.
Further infrastructure includes underground, three-phase power, an impressive insulated workshop/studio of about 12 metres x 9m with a concrete floor and nbn wireless to the office.
This home has ample space for all to enjoy - an inspection is the only way to truly appreciate this rare property.
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