This house is an Edwardian weatherboard built around 1900 - and sits on about 720 square metres of land. The older part of the house boasts a hallway, 4 generous bedrooms (the master with an ensuite), a large study and a separate dining room - all with high ceilings and period features. The bedrooms are carpeted and each has floor to ceiling wardrobes. A sizeable extension was added in 2000, with the hallway opening to a large, light-filled, open plan family room, black, white & stainless steel kitchen and the existing dining room. Polished timber floor boards from the front door through to the rear extension link the old with the new. The extension has a second bathroom with bath and shower, a separate toilet and a large laundry and utility room. Large windows and glass double doors open onto a wide timber deck and a lush private garden setting, complete with an all-weather gazebo for outdoor entertaining. The house has gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling and 12 solar panels - and external sun blinds to windows on the western facade. The exposed aggregate driveway, with room for three cars, leads to a lock-up garage with an automatic roller door.