Showcase Property: 163 High Street, Taree

Showcase Property

The details:

3 beds | 2 baths | 5 cars

  • Address: 163 High Street, Taree
  • Offers Invited
  • Agency: LJ Hooker Taree
  • Contact: Justin Atkins
  • Phone: 0417 955 176
  • Inspect: Oct 26 and Nov 2, 10.15am

This magnificently fashioned Federation home is perfect if you are looking for more than a hint of character.

Set on a unique 1,897sqm block in the heart of town, it has the most remarkable finishes akin to its chapter in time: the refurbished bullnose verandah, timber fretwork and classic high ceilings are just a snippet of what this meticulous home offers.

The fully repainted exterior, recently restored Colorbond roof, refined rose gardens and winding brick paths completes its nostalgic nature.

Found just 800m to the Manning Hospital and 1km to the shopping district, the intricately refurbished weatherboard home showcases definitive Federation-style finishes like the tongue and groove timber panelling to the walls, decorative cornices and the original solid hardwood timber flooring throughout.

A dual open fireplace in the formal lounge room backs onto the original wood stove in the kitchen making a statement of old-world charm.

Presenting three spacious bedrooms plus a sun-drenched study and two bathrooms - one has an indulgent claw foot bathtub and separate shower, while the second has been restored with a modern twist.

Another relaxed living area is fitted with a slow combustion wood fire and reverse cycle air conditioner and flows through to a verandah that overlooks the peaceful garden.

The four-bay Colorbond shed with two roller doors has ample vehicle and storage space and there is also a carport for parking a caravan or boat.

The unique L-shape 1,897sqm block has potential for future development (STCA) or you could simply have your mini hobby farm or space for the kids.

This is a unique opportunity to secure a piece of history in town.

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This story A perfect glance back in time first appeared on Manning River Times.