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Historic robetown cottage …


Local Heritage Listed, 21 Sturt Street was part of land granted to John Hance in 1853 – when the cottage was built of local stone and timber.

The property was sold with adjoining land to John Hallett and Joseph Stillings, then to John Brown Flett, a carpenter, in 1854.

Following owners were George Ormorod and other investors in 1865, and thereafter to the Banks, Lange and Hayes families.

During the 1940’s when the home was in its original form with outside facilities, the sitting room was used by a JP to conduct weddings.

In the same ownership since 1982, the property is now offered for sale, tastefully presented in its current renovated and extended form.

Centrally located in the heart of Old Robe Town, 200m from Front Beach.
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms 2 living rooms, all with charm and character.
Open plan kitchen-living-dining opens to Northern aspect undercover outdoor area.
Large 1030m2 approx allotment with high level of light, shelter, privacy and seclusion.
Long established gardens with a feel only history can provide.

A truly rare opportunity…

Property Features

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Car spaces: 2


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