You quickly realise why Dilston is such an in demand and tightly held area when you see this home. With gorgeous river views and only a quick commute to the city, this is the perfect antidote to city living. This home is available only for the second time since being built and will not last long. Built in 1969, the home has been fastidiously maintained and is a rare unadorned example of the era, much in demand these days. The home is tucked down a private driveway and has three main bedrooms, all with built in robes plus a separate study or potential fourth bedroom. There are two bathrooms, the main with shower, bath and separate toilet, the second has a shower, vanity plus separate toilet. There is a large laundry and drying room, perfect for winter drying. The kitchen has a separate large walk in pantry and the adjacent dining room is also separate or can be opened to the lounge room, replete with wood heater and bar area. Throughout the home the discerning eye will appreciate the extensive use of myrtle timber in the skirting boards, architraves and panelling. Underneath the carpet are beautiful timber floors (quite possibly also myrtle timber) which would look absolutely stunning polished. At the front is sunroom with floor to ceiling glass windows to capture the views and beautiful trees in the garden. Externally to the sunroom is an BBQ and entertaining area for summer days. The original garage has been converted to a huge billiards or games room with its own kitchenette and the furnace room. Heating is via a oil fired furnace, ducted through the kitchen, lounge and sitting rooms, plus a ducted reverse cycle heating system in bedroom section, backed up by panel heater. There is a double carport plus a separate workshop and woodshed and a 3Kw (14 panel) solar system to complete this wonderful home. Call today for full details and an opportunity to inspect.