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1850's DECEASED ESTATE PROPERTY

An 1850's Pise home located in the enchanting O'Connell Valley awaiting restoration. A home built in a grand style for its time boasting eleven foot to fifteen foot ceilings in some areas. A home which has many stories to tell in its previous life as a general store, post office, school house and family home. Set on 2.5 acres with bore water as well as tank water, the property also features an historically noted barn built in 1827 by Rev. Hassell. Aswell as an additional and original large timber slab shed. Currently used as accommodation for a large family, this property has potential for a variety of business uses such as tea rooms, B and B or farm home stay. AN AFFORDABLE OPPORTUNITY TO RESTORE A PIECE OF AUSTRALIAN HISTORY WITH INCOME POTENTIAL.

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