This beautiful four bedroom home was built in 1913 by renowned local architect
George Moore, for the Manager of the Hammond and Wheatley Emporium.
He also built a number of other prominent buildings throughout Bellingen including
the Police Station, the Courthouse and the Hammond and Wheatley building.
The house has great presence.
Tastefully renovated, it is made of double brick and boasts of 12 ft ceilings,
heated polished concrete floors with mosaic tile features and polished timber floors,
cedar doors and fireplace, timber details throughout, large stylish modern kitchen
featuring top of the range appliances including a built in refrigerator. It is a very well insulated home that provides cool for summer and warmth in winter.
The kitchen looks over the 90 sqm paved courtyard with built in barbeque,
which leads you through to the terraced, beautifully landscaped gardens that feature
sandstone walls, citrus trees, vegetable patch, an established Jacarandah tree,
meandering pathways with a sprinkling of soft colourful flowers and mountain views.
This totally private property, situated in a quiet street, only minutes walk to the main street in town is a very special find. Unobtrusive from the street, it hides an elegant, easy living home
that is both simple and stylish and great for entertaining.
Owners have bought elsewhere and are very keen to move!