Original Fisherman’s Cottage

This classic original fisherman’s cottage was the first house to be built in this street. It has been in the family for 51 years and now has come time for a new chapter.

The original fisherman's cottage was built in many coastal towns between the 30's and 50's. It was originally a simple timber framed structure of one or two rooms and a verandah which was clad with fibro sheeting. The floors were generally raised on piles. The verandah sometimes had handsome wooden balustrade that was sometimes enclosed to make an additional room or sleep-out. Timber detail around windows and gables were often painted- cheery red being one of the most popular traditional colours.

This Cottage is located very close to the waterfront and is situated on a corner 483m2 block backing onto the Brighton Roosters football training fields. Eleventh avenue is one of the few avenues of this area that is not a thoroughfare, so apart from its superb position, it rests on a quiet seaside street.

Keep, rent out, or renovate in this very popular position is your choice. But one thing for sure is that it will not last long on the market.

Contact Siobhan for more information.


Jacqui McKeering
Sales Consultant