If you've dreamt of opening a shop in the country, here's your chance

If you've dreamt of opening a shop in the country, here's your chance

With the unmistakable hallmarks of its 1930s heritage, this Bungendore cottage is a charming escape to the country.

Number 12 Malbon Street, Bungendore, is a historic home in the heart of the village and still has many of its original features, including timber flooring and panelled walls and ceilings.


The home has two light-filled bedrooms and sits on a large parcel of land with established gardens.

Ward Estate Agents real estate agent Greg Ward is proud to be marketing the property.

“It’s a beautiful old home with fantastic character and history which has been a big draw card for buyers,” Greg says.


As soon as you enter the home through via the sunny front porch, you find the primary living spaces.

The formal lounge features one of the home’s three fireplaces, a wealth of light, and an exposed brick wall.

The home’s two bedrooms are also located at the front of the property, with the spacious master bedroom including a built-in robe and its own decorative fireplace.


Down the hall is the home’s second living space, the family room. This room offers direct access to the gardens and enjoys a widened entrance to the kitchen and dining room.

Adjacent to the family room is the home’s combined kitchen and dining area.


The charming timber kitchen with gas and ceramic cooktop, and integrated dishwasher, perfectly complements the slow combustion wood fire in the dining area.

Greg says the home is in a great location, right in the heart of Bungendore village.

“You’re surrounded by an abundance of local shops and cafes, all only a short walk away,” he says.


The fresh bathroom incorporates a combined bath/shower and timber vanity, with a large internal laundry at the back of the house.

The property is B2 zoned, with DA approval for a proposed shop.

Number 12 Malbon Street, Bungendore, will be auctioned at 3.45pm on Saturday 24 September 2022.

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Article originally written and published by The RiotAct.

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