155 High Street Avoca

$335,000

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STUNNING RENOVATED RESIDENCE WITH SHOP FRONT

This property is situated in the Main Street of Avoca, just a short distance to the High Street eateries and shopping and a short drive to local award winning wineries. This three bedroom brick residence with shopfront has been updated throughout whilst still offering the stunning period features of the era with high ceilings, fireplaces and sash windows. The original home has been extended to the back to make room for all of the modern day conveniences. Gorgeous light-filled, open plan living, kitchen and dining room with cosy wood heater and split system. The updated, well-appointed kitchen offers a breakfast bar, dishwasher and electric cooking. Three bedrooms all with fireplaces and two with built-in robes. The updated family bathroom offers a bath, shower and separate toilet. The central hallway leads through to the shopfront that can be closed off. The shopfront was originally one of Australia's oldest butcher shops and includes a cool room (needing TLC) and front entrance which would suit any business endeavours (STCA) or even make a great home gym, the options are endless. Outside there is side gate access to a great double carport, a large storage room, outside toilet, old well and undercover back veranda for entertaining. This property is sure to impress!

Contact Alisa Johnson at our Maryborough office on 0409 935 766.

Property Features

  • Built In Robes
  • Dishwasher
  • Floorboards
  • Fully Fenced
  • Open Fireplace
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Shed
  • Split System Aircon
  • Split System Heating
  • Water Tank
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Property ID: 3238855

Alisa Johnson

Alisa Johnson

0409 935 766

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Contact Office

Maryborough Ballarat Real Estate

94 High Street

Maryborough 3465

T 03 5460 5100

F 03 5461 4738

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