Steeped in local history and uniquely positioned with main road frontage ideal for a business or tourism venture, Bittern Cottage has been a landmark for more than a century.

Built in 1915 as the homestead for a rural property and more recently run as a popular French provincial restaurant, the Victorian-style building retains its original features with open fireplaces, formal rooms, a delightful front veranda and colourful traditional gardens.

With a little maintenance and imagination the property could be brought back to its original charm with options to take advantage of the exposure to passing traffic with a new business idea (STCA) or as a unique family home.

The property offers a myriad of uses (STCA), with four bedrooms in the main residence, a semi self-contained one-bedroom apartment or Air B&B with its own entrance and another attached living and dining area with a full kitchen previously used as the restaurant,

Other features include an outdoor fireplace in the appealing front courtyard, a wine cellar, established roses and native trees and plenty of off-street parking on the 1616sqm allotment located near Bittern Station.

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