127 Queen Street
Clarence Town


$750,000

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Property Features


Property ID: 3455200

Land Size
1151.00 m2

AUCTION - 27th NOVEMBER 2021 ON SITE 10.00am (If not sold prior)


Step back in time when you enter this unique and tastefully restored St Johns Anglican Church Rectory; officially opened on 19th July 1922 and celebrating its centennial year in 2022. Located in the quaint country community of Clarence Town, set on the banks of the Williams River, this beautiful 1151m2 property will have you in awe of the no-expense-spared attention to detail.

Enjoy a moment to sit and relax on the front verandah, taking in your own piece of history. As you walk into the formal entry of the home, along with exposed brick feature walls throughout, floating timber floorboards and striking high ceilings, you'll find the following :

- 3 good sized bedrooms, all with built-in robes
- Main bedroom with a stunning ornate ceiling, walk-in robe and ensuite
- Country charm kitchen featuring an AGA stove
- Beautifully renovated and refined main bathroom with clawfoot bath
- Formal living area with built-in shelving and combustion fireplace
- Mud room from the rear entry is perfect for storage and leads through to internal laundry

Standing under the covered alfresco area, with the following, you'll understand why this home is perfect for entertaining;

- Approx 5.1m x 11.8m paved pergola
- 3rd bathroom with shower and toilet
- BBQ area and fire pit landing
- 5.7m x 5.7m double garage with additional 3m x 6m garden shed with ramp
- Teenagers retreat and guest sleep out fit with a kitchenette, built-in bed frame, power & TV aerial
- Large fully fenced yard with manicured lawns, gardens and citrus trees

EXTRAS INCLUDE; 3 X REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONERS, DISHWASHER, 10,000L WATER TANK, IRRIGATION

ZONED B2 LOCAL CENTRE








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