After the construction of a bridge over Throsby Creek in 1877, Tighes Hill quickly began developing into a busy town. The next 30 years would see a school, post office, church and shops pop up in this community.
This property was developed around the turn of the Century, along with these local landmarks, and has now been named ‘Loscocco’ after its original owners .
“Loscocco” at 14 Union Street is a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom federation home with off street parking for 2 vehicles; a rare find in such a trendy and highly sought after town.
The original home would have been very grand when first built, ornate fireplaces and large open rooms.
The home has been carefully restored and rejuvenated.
Many of the original features have been retained but modern inclusions have resulted in a large family home with modern conveniences and luxuries, including a gloss stone bath.
The home has been completely rewired and re-plumbed and has ducted air conditioning.
2 large living areas open onto a private garden, a wrap around verandah and a new large deck making this home a wonderful place to entertain.
The home is on a substantial 445m2 of land.
An additional bedroom and ensuite, sits at the rear inside the free standing self-contained granny flat.
The kitchen shines with a 2 pack finish and Cesar stone bench top.
There is also a large butlers pantry hidden behind the main kitchen which has direct access to the garage.
Black stainless steel Siemens appliances include an induction cook top, oven with activeClean automatic self-cleaning function, integrated dishwasher and range hood.
3 bedrooms inside the home each have unique features both historical and modern.
The master bedroom features a designer ensuite, private seclusion at the front of the home and bright high windows.
There is quirky and funky around every corner.
Contrasts like exposed brickwork against contemporary bathrooms keep surprising as you move through this impressive home.
Open plan living areas are complemented by an inviting separate lounge room, a place to slip away and relax, while the breeze flows in the french doors.
The al-fresco entertaining on the industrial-meets-federation decking flows effortlessly from the open plan living and kitchen
Auction at 12:00 pm on Sunday, 14 May 2017 On Site