Gracious Queenslander on ¼ Acre

12 Wattle Street COOROY QLD 4563

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3 Bed
1 Bath
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20-Apr-2024 10:00am to 10:30am

12 Wattle Street COOROY QLD 4563

This classic Queenslander, circa 1923, with truly gorgeous street appeal, located in a leafy dress circle neighbourhood just a short walk to town, sits on a fully fenced 1012m2 block with lush cottage gardens, and offers all the charm and warmth associated with this vintage of home, as well as plenty of appealing extras.

Slightly highset and elevated at rear; the home comprises entry foyer, three bedrooms plus office, one bathroom, renovated kitchen (six-months old), formal lounge, dining, wraparound north-facing covered front deck, rear deck, and separate laundry. There is plentiful storage under, a single carport, and additional onsite parking.

All the features associated with its era that make this style of home so timelessly elegant are present including: VJ panelling, timber floors, casement windows, ornate ceilings, decorative fretwork, French doors, stained glass, wood-burning fireplace, window hoods, original art deco lights, and lattice entry doors to front deck.

The kitchen, although modernised has been tastefully updated to seamlessly blend in with the home's ambience and character; marble benches, shaker profile cabinetry, gas cooktop, Belling electric oven, handmade Moroccan tiles, farmhouse sink, handmade silky oak island bench custom designed by local Ian Robertson are featured.

The laundry boasts a Carrara marble floor, camphor wooden benches and a Tasmanian Oak Shelf, and a rustic-style but fully functional tub…continuing the vintage flavour. The home has been freshly painted, has new electrics, a new roof, and 8kW solar power; the fencing is also only two years old. There is nothing to needing to be spent.

Framed by well established gardens including pretty English-style gardens at front and a mixture of tropical and native at the rear, with herbs and fruit trees, good drainage and plenty of space for children and pets to play - the gardens complement the home perfectly.

Only 300-metres to town shopping, dining, and services, plus 350-metres to the train station, and one kilometre to both the primary and high school; the convenience is exceptional. When it's time for boating/fishing - there are magnificent lakes within 5-20 minutes, Noosa River is 20 minutes' drive, and it's 30 minutes to Noosa Main Beach for a swim in Laguna Bay, and lunch in Hastings Street.

Aficionados of homes of this vintage will appreciate how special this truly is; and they are increasingly finite in number and availability. First to inspect is the likely next owner.

• Classic Queenslander circa 1923 on 1012m2

• Dress circle street, short walk to town & rail

• 3 bedrooms + office, one bathroom, 2 decks

• Formal lounge with fireplace, separate dining

• Tastefully renovated kitchen & rustic laundry

• VJ walls, timber floors, casement windows

• French doors, decorative ceilings & fretwork

• Freshly painted + new roof + new electrics

• 8kW solar power, full fencing (2-years old)

• Cottage style gardens + herbs & fruit trees

• The real deal: genuine, authentic, gracious!

Kimberlea & Eliot Krause