Classically styled with all the charm and character of the 1900's is set on a established garden and within walking distance to cafes, galleries Katoomba mall and The Three Sisters. This beautifully presented spacious weatherboard home is exceptional in design and comfort.
The fully enclosed front veranda is lined by glass allowing natural light to flow in along with a pleasant outlook.
The high pressed metal ceilings and polished timber floors throughout the home are testament to the style of days gone by and are complimented by the spacious bedrooms and living areas.
A country style timber kitchen with gas cooktop and central food processing counter will make any chef envious.
Three bedrooms, lovely lounge with open fire, gas central heating, timber floors and quality furniture. Your choice of a Victorian bathroom with a claw foot bath or second bathroom with a shower. The house is light and airy.
A unique feature to this home is the stand-alone bath in the middle of the bathroom that features down lights and a cobblestone effect heated floor that just looks dreamy. Relax and enjoy the moment.
Outdoors you will find a gas barbeque. Relax and enjoy the moment.
MAIN BEDROOM - Queen bed
2nd BEDROOM - Queen bed
3rd BEDROOM - Queen bed
THINGS TO DO IN KATOOMBA & ENVIRONS:
The Blue Mountains start only 65 km west of Sydney. They are not really blue, they only look as if they are because of the eucalyptus oil in the air.
Most visitors go straight to Katoomba, center of Blue Mountains. Conveniently, many of the attractions are also here.
This include the Scenic Skyway and the Scenic Railway - the steepest railway in the world (45 degrees). It's also home to one of the most famous views of Australia - the Three Sisters.
If all bushwaking makes you hungry, there are loads of caffes and restaurants. The town is very artistic and you will find many art galleries, craft and antique shops around.
For nightlife, Katoomba has lots of bars and entertainment ranging from rock to jazz.
PLACES TO VISIT
Toy and Railway museum
Megalong Australian Heritage Centre
Blue Mountains Tourism