A buyer has secured a renovated home in New South Wales that's just a fraction of Sydney's median house price.
The two-bedroom, one-bathroom miner's cottage at 7 William Street in the country town of Walla Walla sold for $300,000 on November 6 prior to auction. For some comparison, the median house price for the New South Wales capital of Sydney is $1,578,099.
A blend of past and present, the property is partially renovated and contains some of its original features with the addition of a few modern touches.
The home is on the books of Virginia Scholz of Ray White Albury North.
The miner's cottage is located on a decent-sized block of 1088 square metres in the quaint town of Walla Walla in the Riverina region of southern New South Wales.
A "blend of vintage charm and modern comfort," as stated on the listing, the home retains its original oven and stovetop.
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New cabinetry, marble accents, a fresh lick of white paint, new door frames, lush drapes and pendant lights add touches of contemporary glamour.
A designer bathroom with a clawfoot tub and a monochromatic palette is a standout feature of the property. 
The home's humble yet charming exterior remains with a timber frame, corrugated iron roof and front verandah.
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An added bonus for the buyer is that the property comes fully furnished.
Walla Walla is 541km south-west of Sydney and 370km north-east of Melbourne. There aren't enough sales over the past 12 months for Domain to obtain a median house price for the area.
Records show the property last sold for $125,000 in June 2020.
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