The old Mumberkine school site is not quite 2 acres, surrounded by farms with Toodyay, Northam and Goomalling within easy distance for travelling.
The 1954/55 fibro and iron home has expansive 3m verandahs with a 4m covered patio at the rear and a retro Metters wood stove for winter warmth.
Inside is a country kitchen with large walk-in-pantry and open plan dining and living rooms with open fireplace and reverse cycle aircon. The spacious master bedroom has reverse cycle aircon and walk-in-robe. There is a king size second bedroom also with walk-in-robe plus a smaller bedroom 3 and overflow bedroom 4 or storeroom off the dining area. The renovated bathroom has shower, vanity and toilet with a second shower and toilet off the laundry room. There is solar hot water and rain water storage.
There is a large open fronted powered shed with a retro mud brick shed alongside.
This is in a unique setting with easy access to surrounding regional townsites.
Currently tenanted so viewing is strictly by appointment.
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