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RARE 1910 WUNDERLICH HOME
- 3 Beds
- 1 Bath
- 3 Cars
This unique 3 bedroom, circa 1910, Australian Federation style home offers:
Wunderlich pressed metal walls and ceilings, inside and out
Canandian Redwood 18 inch skirting boards, Cedar doors and windows
3-way chimney, high ceilings and bullnose verandahs
Complete renovation - retaining original features and styling
Renewed - wiring, plumbing and roofing
Ducted reverse cycle air-con throughout; 3 x wood fire heaters
Gas stove; cast iron stove
Securely fenced yard
All in a quiet little cul-de-sac, just a short walk from the CDB
A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY
In 1898 the land was gazetted as Lot 193 with a price tag of 21 pounds. Built between 1910-1914 for Mr Oscar Waite. Mr Waite operated a general store with partners Hagan & Bennett.
The house has Ironbark foundation, Cypress frame and floors, Canadian Redwood and Maple skirting boards, Cedar door and window frames, with the whole building clad in Wunderlich (pressed metal).The fire places were bade by Millers Brick Works.
The property was then known as 'Tyrone'.
The house had been identified to me as the 'Omalone Building', 'The Old Boarding House',and 'The Wunderlich Building'.
It is now No 2 Harper Street, or officially Lot 4 / DP22254.
AUCTION: WEDNESDAY, 13 DECEMBER 2017
View by appointment - Contact Chris Korff 0427 005 090
- Air Conditioning
- Close To Schools
- Close To Shops
- Formal Lounge
- Secure Parking
657.6m² / 0.16 acres
1 garage space and 2 carport spaces
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