Sunday auction for historical home

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THIS historical home located in the centre of Pomona has to be seen to be believed.

The old Catholic school built in 1947 is now used as a private residence and is enormous.

As you enter the home past the historical foundation stone near the front door, the formal entry way gives you a hint of the spaciousness and history that this property has to offer.

Downstairs features a large room with bathroom attached and leads through to an enormous area that has previously been used as a small theatre to accommodate bus loads of visitors.

A large separate laundry area at the back of the room was also used as the school tuckshop and served as the camera room for the theatre. The 3m ceilings downstairs ensure that you will never feel closed in.

Take a wander up the grand timber staircase and you will find; 3.2m ceilings, four bedrooms, bathroom and enclosed timber veranda. The stage has been converted to host a Tasmanian oak kitchen and dining area and steps down to another area that is currently being utilised as a living area.

From the upper level you can fully admire the property's elevated position, taking in views of the surrounding mountains. The large 2018sq m block has subdivision potential (STCA) or leave in its original state and expand on the design.

POMONA

3 Church Street

4 Bed, 2 Bath, 3 Car

Features: Historical two-level home on 2018sq m in centre of town. Close to schools, shops and transport

Where: 3 Church Street

Price: Auction on site Sunday, January 22, at 11am

Agent: Michael Robinson at Raine & Horne Noosa Hinterland

Contact: 0431 865 616

Inspection: Friday 3-3.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 10-10.30am



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