In 1918 The Southern Mail advertised ‘Duntroon’ Board and residence. Own cow and eggs. Terms moderate.
Fast forward 101 years and there’s still plenty of capacity to hang up your shingle here and earn some good income. It’s up to you about the cow and the eggs – but there’s probably still room for both! Picket Lane comprises three dwellings – Duntroon (the main house) c 1914, and a renovated, charming one bedroom flat (attached) as well as a separate 2 bedroom cottage in the garden – all situated in a park like setting within a 600m walk from Bowral’s shopping precinct.
Duntroon - the main home, c 1914.
Renovated with love and care, it consists of 3 bedrooms – main with powder room ensuite and an exquisite dining and lounge room centred around a double sided fire place. A separate study, renovated bathroom and laundry and a renovated country style kitchen - replete with fabulous Aga cooker -a real standout.
High ceilings, polished floor boards, leadlight windows and other period features feature resound throughout . Central gas ducted heating and a very pretty front verandah poised to catch the afternoon sun and the garden outlook. Previously tenanted at $600 per week
The Flat, c 1914 – a beautifully renovated fully self-contained 1 bedroom garden flat featuring a lounge room with the most fabulous twisted chimney and eat-in kitchen. Tenanted at $300 per week.
The Cottage, c 1930s - also renovated with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and a compact yet functional kitchen, separate dining and lounge room, and a covered outdoor entertaining area. Tenanted at $400 per week.
Four stable-like carports, an enclosed dog pen, as well as storage room are added bonuses to this flexible property.
Outstanding opportunity to acquire Picket Lane – a home, an income, an opportunity. Unique with endless possibilities.
Auction Saturday 26 October at 12.30pm On-site