675 Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, Sinnamon Park
This small chamferboard building sits on concrete stumps well back from Seventeen Mile Rocks Road, on a grassed site with recent perimeter pine plantings. It has a simple rectangular plan, with a small front porch. The high-pitched gabled main roof and front porch roof were originally shingled, but these have been replaced with corrugated iron. The ceiling is lined with six inch tongue and groove boards and the walls are strengthened by two iron tie-bars. The frame, which was exposed on the inside, is now boarded and sheeted internally. Early furnishings include four silver-plated kerosene lamps with tin shades, a medium-sized harmonium and a simple pulpit of vertically jointed cedar raised on a dais with two steps on either side. Seating only sixty persons on twelve pine pews (now painted), this was a typical small rural chapel.
Imagine having your own business here now with great exposure to Seventeen Mile Rocks Road and one of the coolest buildings on the street.
Situated on 1012 m2 this heritage listed building will make an amazing Studio / Office that will be the envy of the street.
With easy access to the Centenary Highway and thousands of cars passing your front door every day you can’t look past this location.
- 1 bath
- Land is 1012 sqm