"The Old Wine Saloon" - A Little Piece of Paradise
Rarely does the opportunity arise to become custodian of a piece of Sunbury’s historic past. This quaint modest cottage is situated in the heart of the old township on an enormous block and is one of the earliest surviving houses in the area. According to local history, this residence was a wine saloon run by Mary Anne Williams and predates local rate books. Believed to have been constructed before 1870, its charm and magnetism endures. It’s elevated position, up a flight of bluestone steps echoing footprints of old, this beautiful cottage is ready to begin a new chapter.
Whether through renovation or development S.T.C.A, possibilities are endless on this substantial block of approx. 1051m2. Brimming with heritage features including original windows, verandah, fireplace and slow combustion stove, accommodation offers flexible living areas, bathroom and undercover outdoor space. A variety of stunning mature citrus trees grace the rear yard along with a carport, garden shed and solar powered gate.
Only several hundred meters away you have the Sunbury Central Shopping precinct and access to transport options like both metro & v-line trains and extensive bus routes. A popular Sunbury family and recreational area known as ‘The Nook’ featuring lush parklands and extensive walking tracks is also only a stones throw away, not to mention the best primary & secondary schools also at your doorstep. You don’t want to miss this!