A monumental masterpiece.

Introducing 56 Bruce Street, Coolamon, NSW 2701, of federation architecture, standing proud for nearly a century. This iconic property, blessed by D.W. Dwyer in 1920, holds a unique place in Coolamon's history and offers an unmatched opportunity for those seeking a lifestyle change, function & events business, or simply a love of classic federation elegance.

Nestled on a generous 1669 square metre block, this grand eight-bedroom single-family residence is framed by a simply breathtaking rose garden, with a stunning façade that commands attention. The magnificent entry boasts a 28ft high bell tower, leading to an interior filled with features that evoke the grandeur of the past - 13.6m high press metal ceilings, picture rails, stained glass windows, and four open fireplaces with mantles, just to name a few.

This exceptional property is designed for both formal and informal living, with vast spaces and exposed timber beams throughout. One wing of the home contains a master bedroom with a new ensuite and office, as well as a chapel and additional bedrooms. The kitchen features a walk-in pantry, wood stove, and commercial-grade fittings, while upgraded ducted cooling and double-sided wood fire provide comfort in any season.

Additional features include town water, a 26ft deep water tank in the yard, side access to the yard, and a charming wrought iron fence along the brick front boundary. Furthermore, the current owner has built and obtained approval for a function centre in the yard, complete with disabled toilets and ample space to create your dream venue.
St Michael's at 56 Bruce Street, Coolamon, is truly grand in design and structure. Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Coolamon's history and create the lifestyle you've always desired.

All of the information contained in this document is from sources the Agent and Vendor believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.