A rare opportunity to purchase 2 homes on 1 allotment, measuring 4,160 sqm approx.
Once home to the 1st Coomoora post office, the 1880s weatherboard farmhouse comprises 4 principal rooms and is in original condition from front to back, even down to the original shingle roof under the roof iron.
The 2nd dwelling was built in 1956 – the year of the Melbourne Olympics and is an original icon of the era. Comprising 3 large bedrooms, central hallway, large living room with fireplace and combined kitchen dining with 2 fireplaces and original cabinetry, the original character of the home, with its hardwood floors and cornices is preserved – there is still a Hills Hoist clothes line in the back yard!
3 bay garage
Abundant rainwater tank storage
2 x Potable bores
Original underground well (covered)
Mature cypress tree screening
Original concrete floor dairy
This is a property that perfectly encapsulates so many of the nostalgic attributes of 19th century rural architecture and mid-20th century design, whilst offering the opportunity to live in now, renovate the 2nd dwelling later (STCA) and with some forethought, perhaps convert into multi-generational living, rent one, live in the other or an ideal work from home environment.
Robert Broadhurst 0488 300 900 Chris Davidson 0418 354 835
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.