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Ross, 27 Bond Street

1890's character and charm

Best offer over $155,000

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  • Listing Number: TNM1087
Property Information
Located in the charming midlands village of Ross; this character country home has an air of yesteryear about it. Crica 1890 this weatherboard constructed home has accommodation for three spacious bedrooms; separate living and kitchen areas. The original hessian wallpaper is present throughout and the Victorian fireplaces in the front bedrooms. Both rooms are separate from the dining room and could easily be converted into a study/office, reading or craft room. The master bedroom currently accommodates a queen size bed and provides an area of peace and quiet. The separate living area is warmed by a Saxon enclosed woodfire. The traditional country style kitchen features an upright Simpson stove and plenty of cupboard storage. The kitchen and living room could easily be combine with renovations. The bathroom has a bath/shower combo and toilet; which is separated from the kitchen by a laundry/pouch area.
The pouch provides access to the rear of the property. A combination of carpet and original timber floorboards are featured throughout the home. Situated on a 1450sqm flat allotment and connected to all town services; this home has a number shedding options. A storage shed; garden, wood shed and single carport are situated throughout the block; ideal for storage and keep vehicles undercover. For the keen gardener, a number of country style plants are present throughout including English roses and native shrubs. A rental estimate has been undertaken on the property and potentially this property could achieve $240 -$250 per week return on investment. property. Ross is only a short five-minute drive from Campbell Town and is a leisurely 50 minutes' drive from Launceston. This property is within walking distance of the historic Ross Bridge and 'Man 'O' Ross Hotel and specialty stores. The public transport services from Launceston to Hobart pass through Ross on a daily basis. With some 'T.l.C' inside and out; this property has the potential to be transformed into a beautiful character country home. This property could easily be rented out, lived-in or established into an 'Airbnb' option. 27 Bond is waiting from your inspection.
Land Size1450 sqm
Approx year built1890
Property conditionRenovator, Good
Property TypeHouse
House styleFederation
Garaging / carparkingOpen carport, Off street
ConstructionWeatherboard
JoineryTimber
RoofColour bond
InsulationCeiling
Walls / InteriorPanel sheeting
FlooringCarpet and Timber
Window coveringsDrapes, Blinds (Venetian)
Heating / CoolingWoodfire (Open)
ElectricalTV aerial
Property FeaturesSmoke alarms
Chattels remainingOne (1) Simpson celebrity force fan stove, One (1) Saxon wooffire, One (1) Original front door in shed, One (1) Garden shed., Blinds, Drapes, Fixed floor coverings, Light fittings, Stove, TV aerial
KitchenOriginal, Separate, Upright stove, Extractor fan, Double sink and Finished in Laminate
Living areaSeparate living, Formal dining
Main bedroomKing
Bedroom 2Double
Bedroom 3Double
Main bathroomBath
EntranceFront & Rear Door
LaundrySeparate and In bathroom
WorkshopSeparate
ViewsRural
AspectWest
Outdoor livingEntertainment area (Uncovered), Garden
FencingFully fenced, Materials (Wooden, Wire & Post Palleting)
Land contourFlat
GroundsBackyard access, Tidy
GardenGarden shed (Number of sheds: 2)
Water heatingElectric
Water supplyTown supply
SewerageMains
LocalityClose to transport, Close to shops

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Harcourts Northern Midlands

2/30 Marlborough Street
Longford
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