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Situated in a highly sought-after location of Ruskin Street, in the central precinct of Byron Bay.
Located an easy stroll to the popular Top Shop for your morning coffee, local sports fields, primary schools, iconic beaches and the hub of town with its amazing array of restaurants, nightlife and boutiques.
This charming home is an original surviving Byron Bay cottage. First traded in 1885 with original features including various sized timber lined walls, a mixture of hardwood timber floorboards, high ceilings and French doors.
Upon entering you are greeted with a sunroom and 3 spacious bedrooms. 2 of the bedrooms open onto the sunroom via French doors.
At the centre of the home is a formal lounge room with fireplace and timber lined walls and ceiling.
There is a large open plan kitchen and dining and informal living area with gable ceilings and exposed beams. This space flows out to the north east facing entertainers deck. The kitchen itself features timber benchtops, gas cooking and a dishwasher. The main bathroom comprises a shower over bath and toilet, plus there is a second separate W/C.
Boasting a level block of land with two street frontages, the cottage is perfectly situated on the front of the block to maximise the yard space at the back of the house. This provides multiple options for the new owners to explore as there are council approved plans to build a secondary dwelling with its own access from Kingsley lane.
A separate single garage is situated to the rear of the house, accessed from Kingsley lane.
- 3 spacious bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms
- High ceilings
- DA approval for secondary dwelling
- Pre-world war 1 features
- A perfect north/east aspect for sunshine throughout the year
- Open plan living
- Single lock up garage
- Located in the centre of Byron Bay
- 506 sqm with rear lane access
Properties in the 'Golden Grid' are in very high demand and sell fast. Call us today as an auction is pending.
Council Rates: $3210.27 per year