Clarence Valley Independent

Waterfront Lifestyle & Character Charm

283 South Bank Road, PALMERS CHANNEL

NEW LISTING – $549,000

Enjoy living on the waters edge and being able to launch your tinny for a cruise along the Clarence River or across Lake Wooloweyah. It is all a possibility from 283 South Bank Road, Palmers Channel.

Not only do you get the envious lifestyle of living on waterfront but you also get everything that comes with this character filled home, Circa 1890. Offering some of our favourite old world features including high ceilings with pressed metal feature work, hardwood timber floors, feature fireplaces and sash windows, the predominately sandstone constructed residence is ready to be revived to its former glory.

From the bullnose verandah through the solid timber door with feature glass surround, you enter to the central hallway that accesses the four generous bedrooms and leads further beyond to the riverfront living area.
Offering a generously sized combined living and dining area with a wood fire place, air conditioning and large glass windows that take full advantage of the waterfront vista and rural sounds. Off to one side is the timber kitchen with a mix of gas and electric appliances, dishwasher and breakfast bar. Further passed the kitchen you access the laundry room and bathroom with combined shower and bath, vanity and toilet.

The outside of the property has a generous under cover area with second toilet room, perfect for entertaining the guests. This area offers views of the river front and leads directly to the in ground swimming pool … a perfect place for summertime entertaining.

In addition, there is a small storage room that is accessed from the front verandah and would make a prefect home office. A triple bay storage and workshop area with internal access will have the vehicles, yard equipment and all the water toys taken care of.

283 South Bank Road, Palmers Channel boasts a rural residential waterfront lifestyle around 10 minutes drive the townships of both Yamba and Maclean.

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

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