Standing the test of time this beautifully renovated historic Symmetrical Cottage located on a 952.3m2 (approx) allotment has seen many changes to both itself and neighbouring properties over the years.
Built in the 1890’s, although a resent restoration has taken place, the charm and character of the early days is still present.
A picket fence invites you through the front garden to reveal the original verandah. Original timber sash windows and timber front door, together with a stone front elevation gives this home instant appeal.
The front entrance opens to a central hallway which features polished floor boards, lead lighting, lovely timber architraves and skirtings.
An open fireplace with mantel together with high ceilings create a warm and welcoming feeling in the formal sitting room which continues throughout the home. Original pressed metal ceilings continue from the sitting room to the formal dining area which again enjoys an original open fire place. Although this area is open plan, carpet and quality curtains make this an ideal cosy winter living area.
There are three good size bedrooms with the master and bedroom two being located at the front of the home. Both are complete with floor to ceiling built in robes, open fire places and polished boards. The original feeling is not forgotten with these rooms also featuring high ceilings and sash windows. A third bedroom is located at the rear of the home.
Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning is throughout the home providing all year comfort.
Overlooking the rear garden the kitchen is the heart of the home. The clever use of white cupboards and stainless steel appliances has ensured that the classic country look has not been lost. There are plenty of overhead and under bench cupboards and great bench space. A dishwasher, under bench oven and separate electric cook top have brought modern conveniences to this old home.
A clever design has created a walk through laundry and large bathroom with bath and shower.
Number 26 Sandergrove Road is overflowing with country charm and character. Located within walking distance to the shops, cafes and restaurants this is a very appealing property in the heart of the township.
It is a credit to each owner, without loosing the charm and character, each person has made a special touch to this property and created a beautifully presented home with a wonderful country feel that is hard to create in busy family homes of today.
|R&H Suburb Summary||Houses|
|Number of sales||145|
|Median Rental Price||$340 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||6 %|
|R&H Suburb Summary||Units|
|Number of sales||4|
|Median Rental Price||$243 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||1 %|
|Eastern Fleurieu R-12 School - Ashbourne R-6 Campus||LOT 101 Murray Street Strathalbyn SA 5255||Combined||Government||1.02 km|
Tyndale Christian School Strathalbyn
|28 East Terrace Strathalbyn SA 5255||Combined||Non-Government||1.41 km|
|Eastern Fleurieu R-12 School - Strathalbyn R-6 Campus||34 East Terrace Strathalbyn SA 5255||Combined||Government||1.41 km|
|Eastern Fleurieu R-12 School - Strathalbyn 7-12 Campus||Combined||Government||1.45 km|
Eastern Fleurieu R-12 School
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