This historical home was originally owned by a founder of Great Brak River, Mr Searle's daughter. It is built on a very spacious stand of 2 829m² and the home itself is roughly 300m² and is double storey.
Walk up a nostalgic garden pathway nestled in a tree filled garden to the verandah of the home with the front door opening into an entrance hall. The separate lounge and dining rooms both have fireplaces making for cosy winter evenings. The kitchen is also a separate room with a scullery and a separate laundry room.
All 3 bedrooms are on the upper level and are carpeted. There are 2 bathrooms and a separate toilet are also on the upper level. There is also an enclosed stoep that can be used as a 4th bedroom. There is also a guest toilet on the lower level.
Rounding off the home is a single garage and a double carport. A bonus is the large level stand and a shrub and tree filled established garden. Parts of the home have oregon flooring and sash windows adding to the history of the home.