Holey Flat as it was once known, achieved village status in 1901 and became Moorland. Wonga house was built around this time and still stands today as a testament to the craftsmanship of the era. Beautifully maintained, the main home features the original polished Tallowood floors, timber ceilings, solid cedar doors and cedar windows. A verandah encompasses the home providing that unmistakable colonial charm and comfort.
An original Metters wood stove along with the modern convenience of gas and air conditioning make this home livable all year round.
An additional two bedroom fully self contained dwelling provides room for the extended family or visitors. Inground swimming pool, craft room, men's shed and the original blacksmiths shop and packing shed give this property so many opportunities.
All set on 4.31 ha of the most beautiful red loam soil, with views to the north showcasing the magnificent South Brother mountain. Abundant water will let you chase your dreams all year round. This property has so many uses it is impossible to list them all. Come see for yourself.
|Property Type||Lifestyle / Rural|
|House Details||Lounge Room, Family Room, Kitchen and Laundry|
|Heating / Cooling||Heating / Cooling|
|Chattels remaining||Blinds, Drapes, Fixed floor coverings, Light fittings, TV aerial, Rangehood, Dishwasher, Curtains|