Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Rare Opportunity To Own The Oldest House In Epping

Epping's oldest house, built before the Epping Epping has been called, is a market for between $ 1.6 and $ 1.9 million.

The four-bedroom house Victorian period Eldruwin called, was built in 1886.

Situated on 1764sq m of land at Fernhill Ave, part of the house was used as a set of channel 7 soap Opera of All Saints in 2005 and 2006.

The current owners Annie and Charles McDonald lived in Essex St, Epping, when they bought the house in 1988.

"We were going to expand the house we lived in, but my husband found this house and we both fell in love with it and bought it," said Ms. McDonald.

"There was not looking for other properties, just say yes to him. It was a beautiful family home.

"I see a movement of young families with children so they can run around the porch, when our children were small.

"When it rained, we moved six months, such as porches were definitely use."

The house was hand-made wood stove in sandstone of a private property nearby, and with Canadian pine floors, slate and cedar doors.

In 1883, Jonathan Wooster bought 100 acres of subdivision Devlin, part of William Farm, near Kent and Ray Midson Rds.

He gave the property to his son, Alfred Wooster, as a wedding gift. In 1920, Alfred divided his land and sold the five acres that Eldruwin.

The Joyce family has bought and split again in 1958.

McDonalds three children moved and they are cut near the city.

The house will be auctioned on Saturday, October 15 through northern Nor'Wester property.

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1 comment:

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