Southern Highlands heritage property The Manse sells at auction

Southern Highlands heritage property The Manse sells at auction
Southern Highlands heritage property The Manse sells at auction

A Southern Highlands heritage property, The Manse, built in 1890 as part of the Presbyterian Church, Mittagong has been sold at auction this month 

The 3 Alice Street property has been restored and transformed into a four bedroom home.

It was sold at auction through Di Jones for $985,000.

The new owners were attracted to the original features of the home which has a beautiful entry hall with fretwork and chandelier, as well as wide original Kauri timber floorboards.

The 828 square metre home, with one bathroom, last sold for 425,000 just under six years ago.

Set behind an old iron gate, it is located within a short drive from shops, cafes and schools, as well as being within walking distance to Lake Alexandra.

The Manse was purchased by a Sydney buyer, confirming a recent trend of 73% of Mittagong buyers coming from out of the area, according to Di Jones auctioneer Josh Larsen.

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