Kinloch House was built in 1921 out of granite-stone and timber with an iron clad roof.
It features four large bedrooms with high ceilings, timber floors and large verandas on three sides.
The veranda walls and pillars have been renovated and restored back to their original glory.
This historical property features about 29ha suitable for cropping on arable land.
The newly-renovated kitchen and dining area has new ceilings throughout, the kitchen has a fitted with LG dishwasher, Fisher & Pykel seven-burner gas stove and rangehood.
There is a large walk-in pantry.
The bathroom, laundry and toilet have also been renovated.
The property is serviced with scheme water and is bout10km from Goomalling — which features a primary school, hospital, modern sporting and recreation facilities.
There is also an IGA store for all your shopping requirements.
With sealed road frontage and scheme water, this is an excellent opportunity to aquire a historic property in a quiet location.
There are enough acres to return an income growing hay or grain or plenty of room for sheep and cattle.