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This Wonderful Landmark Property - Joan of Arc ConventProperty ID 1536619This property would make a great B&B ,function and events centre STCA or just the lovely home that it is, the potential is endless, properties like this are rare . This property is not heritage listed.
Built Circa 1922 and blessed by the Reverend Foley bishop of Ballarat ,this property was owned by the Catholic church and run as a boarding school by the Notredam nuns then later by the sisters of mercy, Named the Joan of arc convent because of the statue at the front of the convent. The building is currently being used as a home and the 2nd building currently leased by the local Lions Club with its own side entrance.
The property has original features of leadlight windows and doors ,confessional,and chapel and beautiful fireplace.
While upgrades have been made in the kitchen,laundry ,bathrooms , wiring upstairs and to second building and plumbing ,and the addition of 3 new gas hot water services.
The buildings between them boasts 3 kitchens 1 with cellar ,3 bathrooms 2 staircases all surrounded by lovely gardens, duel entrances and secure fencing.
The town itself has primary and secondary schools ,walking distance to all local shops ,employment opportunities with factories such as kookas Country Cookies and Eatwell factories.
Only 40 min to Horsham and neighbouring towns. Donald is the heart of victoria
Garden watering system
Two seperate balconies
Duel access driveway
Large water tank
Leadlight and red pine woodwork
Insulation to both buildings
Fireplace wood heater
Reverse cycle heating and cooling
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