4 Elizabeth Street

Bed 6
Bath 2
Car 2

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The two-storey home, 'Bel Glen', was built in 1869 by Edmund Gould for the Wesleyan Church (Methodist) as their Parsonage. The original Wesleyan/Methodist Church, next door in Elizabeth Street (on the western side of 'Bel Glen'), was erected in 1857.  This property is situated in a sought after downtown area, conveniently close to the main street of Singleton and adjacent to a popular primary school. From the appealing facade to all of the beautiful features inside, this home is truly unique and sure to please those buyers looking for something special.

* Large inviting entrance
* A flexible floor plan allows you to easily use rooms as living areas or bedrooms to suit your needs. 
* Four generous rooms downstairs with staircase leading to two more rooms upstairs
* Large living area with fireplace and split system air conditioner
* Additional sunroom
* Kitchen with dishwasher, stove and walk in pantry with meals area 
* Bathroom with shower, vanity and separate toilet 
* Internal laundry with second bathroom
* Retaining many stunning features with 11ft ceilings, fireplaces in most rooms, chandeliers, wallpaper and stunning pressed metal ceilings
* The balcony is a perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee or relax and watch the sun set over the town
* Vehicle access to beautiful backyard with established trees, garden shed and single attached lock up garage 

There is plenty of potential to transform this already admired town residence into an impressive home.

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1012 Square Meter

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