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3 Edward Street

3 Edward Street
Lorn, NSW 2320

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Sold on 16th October 2019
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632.3m²
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DREAM DOWNSIZER

With cafes, boutiques and a bowling green within walking distance, there are plenty of ways to make the most of the low maintenance lifestyle offered by this lovely Lorn property.

Located in the prime riverside suburb known for its stunning heritage architecture and wide, tree-lined streets, this property ticks all the right boxes, combining a beautifully renovated interior with lovely outdoor spaces that offer plenty of appeal without endless maintenance hassles.

The charming bungalow was built in 1940 and has been immaculately maintained, with its timeless red brick construction, partial-width porch and manicured front garden offering plenty of kerb appeal.

A matching brick fence adds a lovely formality to the facade, complemented by established hedges along the front of the home and both sides of the yard.

A modern timber and glass panel door suggests an interior that belies the homes 79-year-old construction date, with a contemporary renovation blending sympathetic features with luxury inclusions such as downlights and ducted air conditioning.

The front door opens into a traditional central hallway, which provides access to the homes three good-sized bedrooms. Each room features built-in wardrobes, as well as a ceiling fan with light fitting and timber venetian blinds on the windows.

Polished timber floorboards have been retained in the bedrooms and throughout the home, providing a traditional flooring choice that is both rich in colour and detail.

The homes two bathrooms and the laundry feature luxurious floor-to-ceiling tiling in a lovely modern neutral tone, while a pedestal vanity and freestanding clawfoot bath with overhead shower offers a nod to the homes heritage in the main bathroom.

A dark chocolate-coloured floor tile has been incorporated into the fully renovated kitchen to add warmth and texture, complementing the timber-look cabinetry and coffee-coloured glass splashback.

The kitchen is a mix of country and contemporary styling, with glass fronted overhead cabinets in a warm oak finish contrasting against the darker timber-look laminate on the wall-length bank of cupboards and drawers.

A stainless steel benchtop and white underbench cabinets help to lighten the overall colour palette, with quality DeLonghi stainless steel appliances adding to the contemporary finish.

A centre island bench with a timber benchtop adds to the kitchens usable preparation space, with extended breakfast bar seating providing an eat-in element for casual meals.

The open plan kitchen flows through to the adjoining dining room, while glass sliding doors at the other end of the space extend the living and entertaining opportunities out under the rear covered alfresco area.

The home features multiple living areas inside and out, with a spacious lounge room that is perfect for relaxing in front of the television, and a versatile space between this area and the dining room that could be used as a home office or additional sitting area.

Outside, the attached alfresco area offers all-weather entertaining options with space for an outdoor dining table or lounge setting. Glass fencing on the adjoining pool area provides unobstructed views of the stunning inground saltwater pool, while at the other end of the pool yard a timber deck offers an open-air space for soaking up the sun.

Timber slats and establishing planting provide added privacy in this area, while a brick garden shed helps screen the rear grassed yard from neighbouring homes.

A tandem double car carport offers an additional undercover area to one side of the house, which could be utilised for added entertaining space when needed, or merely provide covered off-street parking spaces.

Low maintenance gardens and lawns with established trees and plants ensure the 632.3sqm is a breeze to maintain, making the property ideal for downsizers or retirees.

The property is perfectly positioned in the centrally located suburb of Lorn, within walking distance of the local bowling club, cafes, boutiques and neighbourhood shops.

The revitalised Levee precinct in Maitlands city centre sits just minutes away across the other side of the Hunter River, offering a thriving hub of restaurants, cafes, boutiques and businesses, while easy access to the New England Highway provides connectivity to key regional attractions.

SMS 3Edward to 0428 166 755 for a link to the on-line property brochure.

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Property features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built in Robes
  • Carport Spaces: 2
  • Pool
Suburb Profile

Lorn

NSW 2320
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