77 Mayne Street Gulgong


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Rarely do properties so steeped in historical charm become available to the marketplace. Radiating all of its original charm & character is this stunning Victorian era Uarbry stone home, certainly one of Gulgong's most iconic properties. From a commanding North facing location this beautifully presented property is preserving the layers of history. The charm of a bygone era is immediately evident as one enters a long and wide central hallway with wide Cypress timber floorboards and authentic period features such as etched and coloured glass, high skirtings, period light fittings and 11 foot high Wunderlich pressed metal ceilings.
A flexible floor plan provides 3 bedrooms all with working fireplaces and mantle pieces, authentic country style dine in kitchen. The living room is cosy and invites you through the Gunstock French doors to the private and enclosed verandah.
The peace and serenity that bless this heritage home are unparalleled and go to make this one of Gulgong's most interesting and unique offerings. If a more tranquil lifestyle in a country community is forefront in your mind, along with opportunities to work from home and/or create a boutique business, then this property is well deserving of an inspection.
Positioned perfectly on a 1676m2 block with rear street access this property is being offered for sale for only the third time in over 100 years, do not miss this opportunity.

Property Features

  • Land Size : 1676.00 m2
  • Entertaining Area
  • Established Gardens
  • Floorboards
  • Formal Entry
  • Open Spaces
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Rear Lane Access
  • Secure Parking
  • Water Tank
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Property ID: 3436845

Troy McKellar

Troy McKellar

0410 710 310

Location map for 77 Mayne Street Gulgong

Contact Office

Troy McKellar Real Estate

109 Mayne Street


T 02 6374 2323

F 02 6374 2301

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