11 Mallon Street Stroud
Comfortable Cottage in Historic Hamlet
It's a pleasure to introduce for sale this neatly presented, freshly painted hardi-plank home with a colorbond roof. A large sunken lounge, combined kitchen/dining, two bathrooms, two bedrooms, study nook, double garage plus under cover entertaining make it a comfortable home.
Entrance is from a covered front porch with views out to the rolling hills. As you enter you are met by a large sunken lounge area from where you step up-to the dining room which features a combustion fire for those winter months and split system air conditioner for summer. In your kitchen there is an upright stove, dual sink, generous cupboard space plus open benches with breakfast bar facing the dining area. The warmth of timber floorboards carries through from the kitchen/dining to the bedrooms.
Both bedrooms are a good size with the master bedroom having a full size built-in. Bedroom two has a pleasant vista of the large backyard.
Bathroom facilities are conveniently located near the master bedroom & include a shower over the full size bath and vanity with a separate WC.
At the back is a large covered entertainment area looking out to the countryside. From here you have access to the double garage and spacious, fully fenced yard.
This lovely home is in the pleasant historic hamlet of Stroud. Walk to town or within an easy 50 minute drive from either Maitland or Newcastle. If you have been searching for a private little spot in the country yet near enough to a regional city & its services, then look no further.
This is a gently sloping, 768m2 block where the fruit trees grow, veggie gardens will thrive and which can be enjoyed by the kids and furry friends alike.
For more information on this property contact exclusive listing agent Allen Reece on 0409 814 400 or speak to the sales department on 4950 2025.
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