Historic home, modern style
One of Dunsborough’s oldest. By NATALIE HORDOV
REPLETE with rustic charm, this is one of the oldest buildings in Dunsborough.
Known as “The Harris House”, it was built circa 1892.
The original wattle and daub building has been tastefully restored and modified to suit a modern lifestyle.
A key feature is the fireplace (believed to be original) in the living area. It has been painted white and now houses a woodfired heater.the home also has an office and open-plan kitchen/living/dining area.
The kitchen has an island bench, stainless steel appliances and a walk-in pantry. There are three bedrooms.
The master has a walk-in robe and ensuite with combined bath/shower.
The home is on a 669sq m block, within walking distance of the beach, cafe strip, town centre and country club.
The gardens include corrugated iron vegetable beds, fig trees and mature trees.
The home has a low-level heritage listing preserving the front facade. ■