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42 Dunlop Street, Mortlake

One of Mortlake’s holiest residences is being offered for sale.

3 Bed | 1 Bath
This substantial brick residence predominantly comprises of 8 rooms and was originally built in the early 1950’s to serve as a convent, then medical rooms up until the early 2000s when it was converted into a café bakery and meeting place and more recently a home.

The current owner purchased the house with a commercial style kitchen installed. Improvements such as a new roof, a large and robust wood heater, evaporative cooling throughout and solar panels bring the residence up to modern standards.

Subtle church charm is still present including the etched glass cross inserts in the dining room doors and the two symbolic crosses perched high on the roof which were reinstated by the current owner.

The original rooms are large and the lovely north facing sunroom overlooks the huge rear yard with some outbuildings utilised as potting sheds and storage areas. There is a water tank (and town water) and side access to store a caravan and cars at the rear.

If retiring and spending more time on your golf is a priority, this home is within a stroll to the golf club or perhaps take time to explore the arts and community groups.

If you dream of bringing up a young family in the country air with pets and a vegie patch, this unique property is just waiting for new owners to embrace the history and charm.

Sitting on a 1018 sqm block with a pretty garden and highway frontage from the service road and zoned Commercial 1, the property could also once again be a food destination, Airbnb project/boutique hotel or a lovely, substantial home.

About Mortlake

Mortlake is a great rural town within a 30 minute drive from Warrnambool and situated at the foot of Mount Shadwell. Mortlake has a range of community, service and sporting groups and activities including Rotary, Lions, Apex, RSL, CWA, Red Cross, Freemasons and Probus clubs, as well as the Mortlake & District Historical Society, the Gardening Club, with its annual rose show, and the Mortlake Visual Arts Group who host the annual Mortlake art show in June.

Mortlake has both football and cricket facilities at the D.C. Farren Oval, which also contains 10 courts for netball and tennis. The Mortlake Racing Club, which schedules one race meeting a year, the Mortlake Cup meeting is held on Victoria Derby day.

Golfers play on course at the Mortlake Golf Club and there are a number of other sporting groups including bowls, swimming, tennis, squash and badminton, as well as a skate park. The town is serviced by the Mortlake P-12 school and youth can also join the Moyne Shire Youth Council to promote youth and community activities.

Medical attention is not far away with Terang & Mortlake Health Service providing a wide range of health care services together with the Mortlake Community Health Centre and family medical practices.

With the Mt Fyans Wind Farm ready to commence within 5 kms of Mortlake, accommodation will again be in demand for an extended period during the construction of this project.

For further details or to arrange an inspection, please call
Christine Steere 0409906223
Kellie Steel 0438617077
Mari Ludemam 0410307047

Opens will be limited to 10 people and maximum of one person per 4sqm. Attendees must pre-book and use the QR code. Please contact the agent to arrange this.
3 Bed | 1 Bath

One of Mortlake’s holiest residences is being offered for sale.

This substantial brick residence predominantly comprises of 8 rooms and was originally built in the early 1950’s to serve as a convent, then medical rooms up until the early 2000s when it was converted into a café bakery and meeting place and more recently a home.

The current owner purchased the house with a commercial style kitchen installed. Improvements such as a new roof, a large and robust wood heater, evaporative cooling throughout and solar panels bring the residence up to modern standards.

Subtle church charm is still present including the etched glass cross inserts in the dining room doors and the two symbolic crosses perched high on the roof which were reinstated by the current owner.

The original rooms are large and the lovely north facing sunroom overlooks the huge rear yard with some outbuildings utilised as potting sheds and storage areas. There is a water tank (and town water) and side access to store a caravan and cars at the rear.

If retiring and spending more time on your golf is a priority, this home is within a stroll to the golf club or perhaps take time to explore the arts and community groups.

If you dream of bringing up a young family in the country air with pets and a vegie patch, this unique property is just waiting for new owners to embrace the history and charm.

Sitting on a 1018 sqm block with a pretty garden and highway frontage from the service road and zoned Commercial 1, the property could also once again be a food destination, Airbnb project/boutique hotel or a lovely, substantial home.

About Mortlake

Mortlake is a great rural town within a 30 minute drive from Warrnambool and situated at the foot of Mount Shadwell. Mortlake has a range of community, service and sporting groups and activities including Rotary, Lions, Apex, RSL, CWA, Red Cross, Freemasons and Probus clubs, as well as the Mortlake & District Historical Society, the Gardening Club, with its annual rose show, and the Mortlake Visual Arts Group who host the annual Mortlake art show in June.

Mortlake has both football and cricket facilities at the D.C. Farren Oval, which also contains 10 courts for netball and tennis. The Mortlake Racing Club, which schedules one race meeting a year, the Mortlake Cup meeting is held on Victoria Derby day.

Golfers play on course at the Mortlake Golf Club and there are a number of other sporting groups including bowls, swimming, tennis, squash and badminton, as well as a skate park. The town is serviced by the Mortlake P-12 school and youth can also join the Moyne Shire Youth Council to promote youth and community activities.

Medical attention is not far away with Terang & Mortlake Health Service providing a wide range of health care services together with the Mortlake Community Health Centre and family medical practices.

With the Mt Fyans Wind Farm ready to commence within 5 kms of Mortlake, accommodation will again be in demand for an extended period during the construction of this project.

For further details or to arrange an inspection, please call
Christine Steere 0409906223
Kellie Steel 0438617077
Mari Ludemam 0410307047

Opens will be limited to 10 people and maximum of one person per 4sqm. Attendees must pre-book and use the QR code. Please contact the agent to arrange this.

Location

42 Dunlop Street, Mortlake

For Sale

Sold

Property Type

House

Land Size

1018m2

Property Features

Dishwasher
Fire Place
Floorboards
Hot Water Gas
Shed
Ducted Cooling
Solar Panels
Water Tank

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