What an opportunity 62 Clarence Street, Cowper presents for an incoming buyer. A home located right at the fork of the Main and South Arms of the Clarence River with sweeping river views that will be hard to match. With the public boat ramp and public pontoon jetty literally straight across the road, your access to the Clarence is about as good as it could be. Nestled between Cowper Public School and a church, neighbours are at a minimum. Head across the bridge to the local meeting point of the Brushgrove Hotel for a quiet drink after a days fishing on the river, sounds like a perfect way to enjoy the Clarence River lifestyle.
This historic building was once the Presbytery building and home of the Minister of the church. Solidly constructed out of the local Tyndale brickworks it is a notable slice of architecture in the Clarence Valley. Sure, after the best part of 100 years the home is now ready for some repairs, but is quite liveable in it’s current state. There is a Pest and Building Report available to all interested parties that basically outlines any issues and then recommendations as to what is involved to repair. You might be pleasantly surprised. The home offers flexibility of use with large rooms, high ceilings and traditional features. How you configure it to live in will come down to individual needs and preferences.
Located midway between Grafton (20 minutes drive – 23km) and Maclean (18minutes drive – 21km) it is very central to these larger riverside townships and not much further to the coastal playground of Yamba (30 minutes drive – 38km).
Homes with this kind of aspect and access to the river are rarely offered at this price point. If you are looking for an affordable entry point to the market and the idea of completing a renovation in your own timeframe sounds alluring, pick up the phone and book your inspection today.
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