The SpaceThe home was built in 1927 in a traditional Italian/European style. The entry has original had made tiles on the floor and the owners have renovated the house keeping much of its original features whilst giving it modern touches. The house has a natural warm charm consistent with the vintage era in which it was built, and has been home to many families in its history. Each room also has access to its own French veranda/s suitable for viewing the gardens and surrounds. The house is made almost entirely from rendered brick making the internal temperature very comfortable, however each bedroom also has fans and air-conditioning. A large plunge bath is in the guest bathroom. With the family still in residence we are happy to interact with guests to assist in their discovery of local sites and tourist attractions. Guest AccessGuests have secure off street parking, covered entry and ramp access, their own private lockable room, use of a shared bathroom/toilet, common lounge room, and breakfast room. Entry is via the front of the home at the front veranda. The house has intercom for security of guests. Each room has bar fridge, kettle, toaster, table with 2 chairs and storage for clothes, along with queen size bed. The rooms also have a fan and air-conditioning. Guests are provided with their own keys. Interaction with GuestsThe family lives in residence and is happy to interact with guests regarding local sites and tourist attractions. The NeighborhoodThe home is located within walking distance from the Ingham Township and the Tyto Wetlands Precinct. Ideal for birdwatchers, bushwalkers or people planning to visit any of the local waterfalls and swimming holes, beaches or fishing spots. Spend a day shopping and enjoying our local cafes, restaurants or hotel/pubs. The Italian Festival held each year at the Tyto Wetlands, the Maraka Festival, the Sugar City Rodeo, are just some of the many events happening in the local district and listed on the Hinchinbrook Shire Council website. Getting AroundSituated on the Highway, with access via Swarbrick St (off Rutledge St) the house is easily located. Tourist bus stop is approximately four blocks directly down the Highway (North). Taxi service is also available within Ingham Township. Countrylink train service also runs through Ingham. Other Things to NoteSmokers are able to use a designated area within the front garden/parking area provided their behaviour is within all legal boundaries.