Northam bird life steal the show

21 Aug, 2002 10:00 PM
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RAY White, Avon Valley, will auction 32 Broome Terrace, Northam, on Saturday, September 21.

Built in 1903 by the Minson family, the home was a boarding house for goldfield travellers.

Constructed of weatherboard cladding (still in original condition), it has a near-new corrugated iron roof and superb timber jarrah flooring with ornate skirting.

The original owner portraits will be included in the sale and are displayed in the dining room.

Summer relaxation is offered on the riverside verandah, which is great for passing away the summer evenings just watching the bird life feed.

There are four open fireplaces with ornate mantles, high ceilings and picture rails in most rooms together with a magnificent central passage extending 38 feet.

The home is fully insulated, has ducted evaporative air conditioning with temperature control and boasts four large bedrooms, and a period-style bathroom with claw bath and two toilets.

The French doors from the conservatory lead to the large back verandah and into the splendid cottage garden.

A suspension bridge close-by links the Northam CBD in just a short walk.

pMore information: Ray White real estate agent Bob Davey, Avon Valley, phone 9621 2880, mobile 0417 946 713.

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