Thursday, 23 March 2017
When words won’t do, you must view

When words won’t do, you must view

IT may look like just another historic Moonta cottage from where you are peering over the picket fence but this property is so much more and inspection is highly recommended, says Ray White Copper Coast sales agent David Bussenschutt.

“On a great sized and fully fenced 950 square metre allotment, the home is just a 10-minute stroll back to the shops or meander off in the other direction and you could be on the beach before you know it,” David says.

“Built in 1876, the original cottage has a formal lounge and master bedroom with grand ensuite; bedroom 2 has a fireplace, as does bedroom 3, which is on the lower level in the cellar.

“The kitchen is classic timber with all the mod cons and ties in wonderfully to the grand living room with combustion heater for those cooler months.

“Outdoor living is a breeze as there is another kitchen out the back under the spacious patio and verandah, all with zip track blinds to keep the elements at bay or open them up to take in the exquisite rose garden.

“The manicured gardens are wonderful; there have been many weddings in the backyard and there is an opportunity to continue that for future brides and grooms to enjoy.

“This is a perfect venue for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, proposals, weddings, honeymoons ... but why share? It could all be yours!

“There is air-conditioning, solar electricity, wine cellar, and lock-up garage plus room for a boat, caravan, or both.”

This property is to be sold mostly furnished; call David Bussenschutt for further information; inspection is by private appointment only.

Location: 31 Bay Road, Moonta Bay
Price: $650,000
Agent: Ray White Copper Coast, RLA 228054
Contact: David Bussenschutt, 0429 692 511

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