Won­der­ful life­style prop­erty

The Riverine Herald - Local Real Estate - - LOCALREALESTATE.COM.AU -

Steeped in his­tory, the orig­i­nal build­ing at 45 Holmes St, Moama, was con­structed in 1867 and was known as The Vine Ho­tel, only the sec­ond ho­tel built in the area. The name was cho­sen be­cause there was a large grape vine grow­ing at the prop­erty. It was a pop­u­lar ho­tel and at­tracted many pa­trons due to the il­le­gal horse rac­ing which was done on the prop­erty be­hind the ho­tel. The ac­tiv­ity con­tin­ued for years even though many warn­ings were is­sued by au­thor­i­ties, how­ever, the pub­li­can be­lieved there was more money in the rac­ing and could com­fort­ably cover any fines. The ho­tel was deli­censed and be­came a board­ing house for lo­cals and re­turned ser­vice men be­fore it burnt down in the late 1940s. This has made way for a won­der­ful life­style prop­erty which con­sists of a ren­o­vated three-bed­room home with new kitchen, bath­room and more. A two-bed­room, self­con­tained unit with sep­a­rate bath­room and toi­let, would be a won­der­ful place for el­derly par­ents, teenagers or vis­i­tors. The in-ground, so­lar-heated fiber­glass pool and yard is next to the large games room, which can be opened up into an in­door/out­door area, a great place for en­ter­tain­ing guests or par­ties and also of­fers a large study/of­fice. The fea­tures at the prop­erty con­tin­ues with a 20m by 8m shed with 6m clear­ance. Set on a gen­er­ous 5.3ha in two ti­tles and 1.2km from Moama Bowl­ing Club, the prop­erty would suit many buy­ers, in­clud­ing farm­ers mov­ing to town, re­tirees, young fam­i­lies, horse lovers or buy­ers just look­ing for life­style close to town. To top the prop­erty off, there is fu­ture po­ten­tial for sub divi­sion, which is sub­ject to ap­proval from coun­cil. The prop­erty is open for in­spec­tion to­mor­row from 11am to 11.30am and, if not sold be­fore, will be auc­tioned on Satur­day, De­cem­ber 3, at 11am. In­quiries to Dean Costello on 0439 412 545 or Kerry Costello on 0409 304 333 at El­ders Res­i­den­tial, phone 5480 7077.

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