JUST outside the central business district is an exciting opportunity to purchase an established home that's within walking distance of everything.
Located at 19 Morrisset Street is this three-bedroom terrace house, with a history spanning more than 100 years after being built in 1890.
The home was among the earliest to have the first underground bottle-shaped brick water tanks. In the early days the home would have been shared by two families.
Recent property features:
Although it is an older property, it has been updated over the years to better accommodate the needs of modern families.
A covered veranda leads to the front door and, upon opening it, you find yourself in a hallway with high a 12-foot ceiling.
To the left is the formal living and dining room, which overlooks the front garden and boasts original timber floors.
Continuing through the home, you'll find an extension to the original dwelling, which contains an open-plan living room and semi-enclosed kitchen.
The open plan area is divided into two distinct living and dining zones.
In the kitchen, which has been renovated, you'll find a 900-millimetre stainless steel oven, dishwasher, pantry and plenty of bench space.
There is also a wine rack built into the wall.
Also downstairs is the family bathroom, which has been renovated as well.
It features floor-to-ceiling tiles and has been completed to include a separate bath and shower, toilet, vanity and a full-length mirror.
The home's three bedrooms are located upstairs.
All of the rooms are of a good size and have been fitted out with cupboards.
The master bedroom has an exceptional amount of storage, with built-ins to be found on both sides of the room.
It also has a generous amount of floor space, an open fireplace and a chandelier.
Outside, this property offers a paved entertaining area and a workshop at the back of the garden.
When it comes to parking, the property has a carport at the end of the driveway.
For heating and cooling, there is an electric reverse-cycle split-system downstairs and there are wood fires throughout the home.
The property has been listed with Bathurst Real Estate agent Kevin Keogh.
It's difficult, very rare, to find this type of thing.Bathurst Real Estate agent Kevin Keogh
He said what people will love about this property is the ability to be so close to town.
It's not often that homes become available in this part of Bathurst.
"It's difficult, very rare, to find this type of thing," Mr Keogh said.
"It's an opportunity for someone who wants to walk to the centre of town."
To find out more about this property or to arrange an inspection, contact Mr Keogh on 6331 5555.