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Aged to Perfection

Merredin, 34 Kitchener Road


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Listing Number: LEP27479
About this listing
An historical home with many memories and many more to be made.
3 bedrooms with study and a bathroom with separate toilet. There is a good size laundry, and a cook's kitchen with the original Meters No. 2 stove in working order. Perfect for cooking soups on winter days. Four burner gas stove top and electric wall oven to cover all eventualities such as power outages. Central bench for prep work and breakfast seating.

The home is heritage listed, which means that the outside of the property is to be maintained sympathetically to its heritage. For example, retaining features such as the sash windows, short sheet roof etc. In order to maintain such features, there are annual rounds of grant applications to assist owners to replace said features as required. In 2009 the current owner was successful in obtaining funds through the grant application to replace the roof.

The house was purchased by the current owner in 2005 and during that time has undergo extension transformations, however, many of the heritage features have been maintained and are in working order. There are fire places in the lounge, main bedroom and dining room all of which are in working order. The lounge room has a tiled fire which is very effective in warming the house on those cold winter nights. Jarrah floors are covered with rugs and the fret work and arches are all in place.

Renovations to the home include the kitchen, bathroom, laundry as well as external extensions; generous back verandah equipped with ceiling fans and outdoor electric heater and a three car carport with power, was added on to the east side of the property.

Along with the renovations the home has had many improvements such as a solar hot water system, 12 x 170 watt solar panels which feed back into the grid and keep costs at a minimum. There are 2 x 16,500 ltr water tanks with pump and an automated reticulation system of 98% of the garden. The home has four reverse cycle air conditioners as well as ceiling fans and double insulation!

There is a garage/powered workshop with an attached sheltered area currently home to a fish pond as well as a wood shed and barbeque shelter.

In the back garden there is a cedar cabin fitted out with a reverse cycle airconditioner, television, small sink, small fridge, desk, double bed and outdoor shower. This is a prefect venue for visitors/teenagers who appreciate their own space. The cabin has its own secluded outdoor seating area which is naturally shaded by large trees. There is a tranquil fish pond with a sparkling fountain to soothe the senses.

The gardens have evolved from a blank canvas to a bird lover's paradise with many seating areas to cater for all seasons and weather.

For those who enjoy growing their own produce there is a raised vegie patch located behind the generous chicken run and chicken hut on the east side of the property.
There is a large mulberry tree, lime and lemon trees and a row of pomegranate trees in the front and back gardens, as well as a fig tree, passionfruit vine and grapevine.

Located meters from the doctor's surgery and hospital, five minutes walking distance from the school and three minutes walking distance from the town centre/railway station, this house is full of history along with the $$$ saving technology necessary for the 21st century.

For more information and to view this one of a kind home please contact Exclusive Selling Agent Jessica Scott on 0406466800
Property Information
  • Land Size: 1118 sqm
  • Property Type: House

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66 Belgravia Street
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