23 Prince Street PATERSON, NSW 2421

Sold on 16 Jan 2015
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

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Your Opportunity to be a Part of History

  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Nestled in the heart of the country village of Paterson NSW is this beautiful home known as Noumea Cottage, which local historians believe to be the oldest home in Paterson being originally built for James Phillips in 1826, upon being granted 2090 acres of land by the then Government. The house over the years has also been used as a General Store, School House, and Gaol.

The current owners have fully restored the home with no expense spared and what stands today is truly a great family home or exceptional Bed & Breakfast. Comprising of 4 large bedrooms, tastefully restored bathroom with spa bath and access to the downstairs cellar, hand crafted timber kitchen with Old English AGA stove, spacious lounge and dining area plus a good sized laundry and 2nd toilet.

Step out through the French doors from the living area to a breezeway that bathes in the morning sunlight or out to the rear patio which overlooks the manicured cottage gardens.

There is a single garage which still has remnants of an old blacksmiths workshop within it plus there is also a workshop and garden shed at the rear of the property. Fully secured with remote gates that lead into the driveway this home is the perfect blend of historical beauty with modern convenience.

A once in a lifetime opportunity and one not to be missed.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Garden
  • Polished Timber Floor
  • Single Garage
  • Terrace/Balcony

785m² / 0.19 acres







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