Clarence Valley Independent

A family Home with Heart

32 Havelock St, Lawrence


Coming through the solid timber entry door into the two storey solid built brick house, you are instantly greeted with the feelings of a family home.

Ground floor living boasts a generous tiled family living area with ceiling fans and gas heating. Large windows are designed to capture the breeze lifting through from the Clarence River.

Located adjacent is the family kitchen with electric cooking facilities, plenty of storage space and a large island bench, perfect for the informal family meetings and dividing the room from the bright dining area.

Upstairs boast a large central carpeted lounge area and formal dining, perfect for the evening relax, a roof top entertaining verandah that has glimpses of the river and surrounding rural fields, a family bathroom and four bedrooms including the palatial master suite that has its own ensuite bathroom and walk in wardrobe.

In additional to the main residence, accessed via an undercover verandah is a fully self contained flat with bedroom, living area, bathroom and kitchenette, ideal for the growing teenager in need of their own space, live-in grandparent or family member that likes to visit for a little longer.

The home also offers brilliant yard space on the 1,011m2 block, including a private and secure fenced area perfect for the kids and family pets – or perhaps you could take advantage of the sub division potential (STCA). There is also a drive through carport for all weather access and a double lock up garage.

For further information or to arrange your inspection contact Tim O’Connor on 0402 766 617.

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