25A Main St, Clunes

SOLD for $625,000

3 2 2 1,590 m2

"Freida" More than meets the eye!


In the historical village of Clunes, this original residence has been fully appreciated by current owners who have loved every moment spent in this beautiful 3 bedroom home with its original character and hint of the exotic.

Located halfway between Lismore and Byron Bay and close to a well reputed small country school this beautifully presented cottage sits in a community minded village where locals enjoy regular social gatherings in the hall and everyone is welcome.

Featuring restored wide timber floorboards and high ceilings you are greeted by a central hallway featuring a stunning archway leading you through to the heart of the home. There are two living areas, both filled with period features and both airconditioned for comfort.

As is the standard with a home of this era, all bedrooms are more than accommodating. The main features a study nook and spacious en-suite with claw foot bath. The second bedroom also has the advantage of extra space which could be used as a walk-in or second study area.

The kitchen in this home is abundant with storage and counter space. The Tassie oak timber suits the character of the home and a butler’s pantry, double wall oven and gas cook top will ensure that your needs are met however big the feast.

Perhaps the icing on the cake with this property is the 1590sqm block size, you would be forgiven for thinking that the shed, veggie garden, chicken coop were part of a neighbouring property but no, it really is all yours and the uses and potential of this property are limited only by your imagination!

Owners will be sad to leave this beautiful home and caring community but are serious about selling and opportunities to secure an original home in the village of Clunes don’t come around often! Be quick to arrange inspection.


Address 25A Main St, Clunes
Price SOLD for $625,000
Property Type Residential
Property ID 690
Category House
Land Area 1,590 m2


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Melanie Stewart