15 Comur Street, YASS NSW 2582
- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- House House Category
There’s something about historic country property that is downright charming. They’re grand, they’re beautiful and they’re chock full of character.
Whilst some are still being used for the purpose they were built for, others have been repurposed for something entirely different — a coffee shop, a business hub, an Airbnb, or even a family home.
The Cobblestone Cottage is one of those you could soon be calling home. Located in the picturesque, country town of Yass, in the southern tablelands of New South Wales. Within commuting distance to Canberra and Goulburn, this unique property is available and full of opportunity.
Located in the heart of town, the block spans 938 sqm and is within walking distance to all town amenities, café’, shops, clubs and is adjacent to the Yass River walking path.
The cottage retains much of its original character features and was tastefully updated in the early 90’s and most recently has been painted and restored further. It comprises three large bedrooms, a spacious central living area, an enormous lounge with solid stone walls, library/music room and office, a cellar anC quirky farmhouse kitchen.
The bathroom incorporates a walk-in shower, bath, vanity plus a separate toilet and linen storage cupboards in the hallway.
Character features include slate flooring, high ceilings, seven original fireplaces, split system air conditioning and sash windows. Amazing 60cm* thick stone walls, keep the property cool and very quiet all year round.
At the rear of the house is a separate outbuilding containing the laundry and second toilet. Paved courtyard, garden pergola and an original stone stable shed, the garden is well-fenced, established and easy to maintain. Secure, lock up double garage to the rear of the property.
“Cobblestone Cottage” Circa 1836, was built as the first general store and Post Office, in its time it has been home to the Commercial Bank, Louisville Education Academy, a council building and a historical society museum.
A 45-minute drive from Canberra City, 2.5 hours from the M5/M7 intersection Sydney.