GRAB your own slice of history with this unique home in an appealing location.
This Victorian jewel started life in Claremont, where it was built in 1891 as part of a settlement homestead.
It was reborn as a holiday home in the 1981 when it was carefully relocated to Golden Bay.
The cornflower blue residence now sits on a 817sq m block, surrounded by mature trees, landscaped gardens and a traditional wrap around veranda.
With high ceilings, original timber flooring and grand living areas, the home is keen to remind visitors of its impressive age.
Perfectly combined with the historic features are ceiling fans, quality window furnishings, a security alarm, reverse-cycle aircondtioning and connection to the NBN.
As well as four, large bedrooms, two with walk-in robes, there are also two bathrooms, a separate laundry and plenty of general storage.
To the front is a warm, formal living room which to the rear is a casual meals area with a modern kitchen with plenty of bench spaces.
Double French doors open from the home on to the paved alfresco which has caf-style blinds and ceiling fans.
There is plenty of parking space with an extra wide drive way and room for a boat.
Auction: Sunday, July 23
Agent: Acton Mandurah
Contact: Karen Cleland on 0410 121 501