Built in 1913, this north-facing character Arts and Crafts home was the vicarage for the Mosgiel Anglican church for 45 years.
There are five bedrooms of which one is a single and the master is very large, having been the original nursery for all the children in the home. One bedroom and shower and toilet are on the ground floor and the family bathroom with bath and shower and separate toilet are on the upper floor. Separate dining room, living room with private study nook overlooking garden. Internal laundry. Single garage with remotely-operated automatic door. Off-street parking for another two cars in the driveway. Wood shed, work room, external studio/rumpus room. Porch on north side accessed by French doors from dining room and living room. Fully fenced, secure rear section suitable for pets or small children. Large hedge reinforced by fencing surrounds the property and ensures privacy.
This is a very warm home. An industrial-strength underfloor ducted heat pump heats the downstairs area and a separate heat pump ensures warmth upstairs. There are also two fully operational wood burners downstairs, one of which is a multi burner.
The garden is low maintenance, with brick paving front and back and well-established shrubs and trees, including a twelve-year old fully-bearing fig tree and various trees and ornamental perennials such as birch, cyprus, wisteria, pieris, weeping maple, roses, star jasmine, lemon verbena, lavender, buxus, honeysuckle, camellia.
Patio. Enclosed Garden.
The house is on a quiet street.
Bus stop two blocks away. .
Primary school within two blocks. .
Countdown a few blocks away. .
BP cafe a few blocks away..
Included in the sale: Fixed Floor coverings. Window coverings. Light fittings. Stove. Hob/Cooktop. Oven. Garden shed. Dishwasher. Waste disposal unit. Heat pump. Alarm system. TV aerial. Garage door openers. Shelving. Refrigerator. Light shades. Clothesline. Blinds. Curtains. Sky Dish.
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