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Enriched with history dating back to 1882 is this iconic property constructed of hammer dressed red dolomite with coralline limestone quoins to the facade and limestone to the other exterior walls. The property was designed by architect Thomas Hall. Previously known as the Mount Gambier West Council Chamber, the property is steeped in local history including; the first Council meeting in the new chambers being held in February 1883 with the Council continuing to occupy the building until the amalgamation of the East and West District Councils to become the District Council of Mount Gambier in 1932.
• Meticulously updated to suit modern requirements, while still maintaining the character and charm of the historic building
• Feature 4 metre (approx.) ceiling height is a standout of the property with the home centering around the spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living area
• Modern kitchen with gas cooktop and electric oven, pantry cupboard and ample bench and cupboard space
• Spacious living has polished timber floorboards and a gas fire log heater
• Kitchen with huge amount of cupboard and bench space and separate dining area
• The bedrooms are located at the front of the home both having carpet
• Bathroom has been updated with bath, shower, vanity and toilet. The laundry adjoins with wash trough
• A private and paved yard allows for low maintenance living, a decked area provides a great spot to sit back and enjoy the sunshine.
• Single car carport is at the side of the home with direct access into the enclosed yard