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34 Roxburgh Street

34 Roxburgh Street
Lorn, NSW 2320

$1,150,000
Sold on 5th July 2022
3
2
1
406m²
Brochure

Pretty as a picture

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Fall in love with the romance and character of this beautifully updated Lorn property, which combines the elegance of its period features with the luxuries and conveniences of a modern renovation.

The picture perfect presentation begins at the kerb, where flourishing cottage gardens and a classic picket fence provide an attractive and traditional introduction to its many charms.

A bullnose verandah and timber deck offer a shady spot to sit and enjoy the lush landscaping in the neat and tidy front yard, while the original cast iron posts, which were made in a local foundry, set off the heritage appeal of this 1890-built home.

Updated Weathertex cladding, a dark grey Zincalume roof and decorative timberwork around the windows also enhance the façade, complemented by a lovely leadlight panel in the solid timber front door.

The charm continues inside where high ceilings with moulded plaster cornices give the home a sense of space and grandeur, while the original cast iron fireplace, turned timber mantel and exposed brick surround give the lounge room a rustic yet elegant authenticity.

The rich golden tones of the oak timber floorboards add warmth and texture to the hallway and living areas, complementing the warm neutral colour palette that has been used throughout the interior, while crisp white gloss 2-pac cabinetry in the kitchen gives it a chic, contemporary finish.

The gourmet kitchen is a focal point of the open plan living space, with 20mm pencil edge stone benchtops and handleless cabinetry for a sleek, minimalist feel, quality stainless steel appliances and an expansive servery window that provides fantastic connectivity to the alfresco area for easy entertaining.

The kitchen overlooks a bright and spacious dining area, where triple stacking sliding glass doors flood the space with natural light while also opening this space up to the alfresco area for seamless indoor/outdoor living.

A decorative screen to one end and timber decking with both covered and open air areas ensure this outdoor living space is both versatile and private, while flourishing vines creeping along the edge of the roofline and manicured landscaping throughout the backyard give this alfresco area a charming appearance and attractive outlook.

Large enough for families to spread out, the home includes three generously-proportioned bedrooms, with built-in wardrobes in two and a large walk-in wardrobe in the master suite, which also offers access to the stylishly renovated ensuite.

Floor-to-ceiling tiles, a frameless shower screen and rain showerhead add to the luxe look of the ensuite, while the main bathroom has also been beautifully finished with a large modern vanity, semi-frameless shower screen and separate bath featuring a striking hexagonal tile surround.

Vintage-style pendant lights, LED downlights, plantation shutters and practical Duette blinds provide the finishing touches throughout the home while ducted three-zone air conditioning ensure year-round climate control.

An extended-length single garage with room for a workshop or storage area adds to the property's appeal, constructed with a matching Weathertex cladding and corrugated Zincalume roof to complement the home, while a 4Kw solar power system, Bluetooth-controlled irrigation system and rhyolite driveway at the rear complete the external inclusions.

Ideally located in one of Lorn's finest wide, tree-lined streets, the property is within easy walking distance of the charming riverside suburb's amenities including the local primary school, sporting facilities, bowling club and neighbourhood shopping precinct, which offers all your essentials as well as gourmet cafes and a renowned patisserie.

Across the other side of the Hunter River via the Belmore Bridge sits the revitalised Levee precinct in Maitland's city centre, which is a thriving hub of restaurants, cafes, boutiques and businesses and the gateway to the wider Maitland area, while the suburb's proximity to the New England Highway provides connectivity to key regional attractions.

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Property features

  • Built in Robes
  • Garage spaces: 1
  • Ensuites: 1
  • Toilets: 2
  • Carpeted
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shops
  • Close to Transport
  • Ducted Air Conditioning
Suburb Profile

Lorn

NSW 2320
Lorn NSW 2320 Learn More