A celebration of character

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This circa 1920s home in the NSW town of Boorowa has been renovated in celebration of its charm and character.

The double brick Federation home boasts a variety of charming features, including wide hallways, high ceilings and picture rails.

Director of Flemings Property Services, Justin Fleming, says the three-bedroom home would be perfect for first home buyers, investors, or even downsizers – 59 Queen Street sits close to all the amenities of the area, including ovals, shops, club, the school and golf course.

“It’s a very well-presented home in a sought-after location,” he says.

Bedroom

The open plan living and dining space is home to a slow combustion wood heater, and adjoins the new, state-of-the-art kitchen which fits perfectly in this character home.

Each bedroom has built-in robes, all with new carpet and a fresh coat of paint, while an office provides an extra space for working from home or for use as a nursery.

Outside, the manicured gardens complement the home’s Federation façade.

Covered alfresco entertaining spaces – in the backyard and a porch front and back – provide a variety of options for spending time with family and friends or simply taking in the country air.

Steeped in history, the small town of Boorowa sits half an hour from the town of Young and just 90 minutes to the Nation’s Capital.

Kitchen

3 bed | 1 bath | 3 car | 1 study

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