Original Wagstaffe cottage will appeal to the hearts of buyers

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This original Wagstaffe cottage will appeal to the hearts of buyers.

Renovated to retain all its natural character, this original Wagstaffe cottage will appeal to emotional buyers.

The pull is obvious as soon as you lock eyes on the amiable home sitting proudly with presence on a quiet village street at 40 Wagstaffe Ave.

With its white front fence, symmetrical hedges and wide front terrace, it would be hard not to get swept up by the simple charm the property offers.

The original cottage feel has been kept, with fresh new renovations.

The vendor said that she believed it was the original dairy farm in Wagstaffe.

“From what I understand, this was a gathering place for locals back in the day,” she said.

“It has been one of those houses for us too — it always seems to be full of kids.”

Enter the front door to find a cosy lounge room adjoining a central dining room that seamlessly transitions via bi-fold doors into a landscaped back garden complete with fire pit.

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Plenty of room for a family.

The ergonomic kitchen includes Miele appliances and a large selection of intuitively designed cupboards and storage spaces.

With an open-plan layout, four bedrooms surround the periphery of the main living spaces — the perfect set-up for a young family.

“This property would really suit another family, but it could also be perfect for a downsizer,” selling agent Lea Turner from Ray White Killcare said.

The ergonomic kitchen includes Miele appliances and opens to the outdoor entertainment deck.

“We’ve also had some interest from the holiday house market.”

Wagstaffe and surrounding suburbs are renowned for attracting the weekender market, and it is not hard to understand why people travel here to escape the hustle and bustle.

The tiny town set on the Brisbane Waters is about as peaceful as they come, yet just up the road there are several quality cafes and restaurants at Hardy’s Bay. And just over the hill, Killcare is one of the most scenic patrolled beaches on the Coast.

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The owner said that she loved Wagstaffe because of the community it offered.

“We often go down to the jetty on Friday and eat hot chips while the kids jump off the jetty,” she said.

“The local school is just beautiful, it has a great reputation.”

No. 40 Wagstaffe Ave, Wagstaffe is for sale via Lea Turner from Ray White Killcare and will go to auction on Saturday, 6 July at 1pm.

Comparable sales include 159 Heath Rd, Pretty Beach: sold Sep 2018 for $1.165m, 56 Wagstaffe Ave, Wagstaffe: sold Apr 2019 for $1.3m, 58 Wagstaffe Ave, Wagstaffe: sold Sep 2018 for $1.01m.

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