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    • Two Historic Inner City Homes on 1345m² of Lot

      Property ID 1512457
      The 1st home consists of 2 adjoining buildings of stone construction-a shop and a residence. The residence fronts directly onto the street. The hipped roof extends to a shallower pitch to the front verandah,windows are timber framed casement style. Their are fireplaces and chimneys and the home is rewired to standard and has deep sewer and nbn connected..the home and shop were constructed in 1876, and is livable with the opportunity to convert the adjoining building to enhance the homes size or into offices etc as a live and work from scenario. The shop was originally the Western Australian Bank in early settlement days and has also been occupied by a chemist and a post office
      The 2nd home is the Honeymooners Cottage which was built in 1868 and has been rewired to standard and is connected to deep sewer and nbn. This 2 storey stone house got it's name because it was hired exclusively to newly-weds. Arthur Du Boulay and his wife Caroline also lived there for a time. The home is very livable and has fireplaces to most rooms.
      There's rear access off Ramshaw Place and the zoning is R40 which (with COGG approval) allows for multi dwellings.
      Please Note: the entire property is heritage listed 2x-- as are the 2 Norfolk Pines..this is perfect for those who appreciate genuine heritage homes and the challenge of renovating
      Inspection only by calling Mike Murphy 0412 348 783