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1850s Kyneton house and shopfront Miss Jones registers interest

1850s Kyneton house and shopfront Miss Jones registers interest
Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by couriermail.com.au on 2019-03-11 07:13:32

Opportunity knocks not once, but three times at Miss Jones — a “ripper little pad” for sale in Kyneton.

The two-bedroom house at 59 High St has three entrances and a $725,000 asking price.

Keatings Real Estate’s Sandi Barry-Mueller said the property had attracted interest from buyers in Kyneton and further afield.

“It’s a lovely property with history, which has endless commercial and residential possibilities,” she said.

“It will suit those wanting a weekender to enjoy a peaceful carefree lifestyle.”

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The interior has character and charm.

The renovated kitchen.

The property — which Ms Barry-Mueller understood was “built for a Miss Jones” in the 1850s — is also ideal for buyers wanting to live on the premises while running a business, cafe or consulting rooms.

“This is a fantastic opportunity to live in a fabulous inner-town pad while working from home,” she said.

The building includes a shopfront and a home, and sits on a substantial 1168sq m allotment in the heart of the township.

It features a large living and dining area, an updated kitchen and bathroom, two bedrooms, and a laundry.

The private backyard.

The garden shed.

Period features including an original fireplace, window shutters and cabinets bring character to the property.

Ms Barry-Mueller said its size was a rarity in the High St shopping precinct.

“It has a huge backyard that offers ample off-street parking space and comes with a carport and a large lined shed,” she said.

The grounds are delightful and private with a lovely garden setting and open lawn area.”

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