All the charm of a bygone era.



Comfy coastal escape with oodles of space, privacy and charm.



One of the great appeals of the Northern Illawarra's coastal villages is the survival of miner's cottages dating from the early years of the 20th century. However, to enjoy a modern lifestyle within the constraints of these often compact homes can sometimes be quite a challenge. Occasionally an owner, through creativity and flair, manages to breath new life into old timbers and create a thoroughly 21st century haven.



27 Goodrich St Scarborough is such a home.



Presenting its original face to Lawrence Hargrave Drive on the east, complete with old world veranda and picket fence, you will be amazed by the light, ceiling heights, and open flowing living spaces which have been seamlessly added.



With timber decks bringing the outdoors in and the indoors out (stacking doors, canvas electric awnings providing sun and rain protection for outdoor living) you really get to enjoy the easy care gardens which completely surround this home and provide complete privacy from neighbours. 


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