Cheriton Rd Gingin
Constructed from 1900
|Register of the National Estate||Permanent||28 Sep 1982||
|Classified by the National Trust||Classified||03 Jul 1978||
|Municipal Inventory||Adopted||17 Nov 1994||Category 3||
|RHP - Assessed-Below Threshold||Current||25 Oct 1996||
The homestead is delightfuly situated on a slight elevation below Mount Ginginup in the Cheriton valley. The walls are diatomaceous earth which was quarried on the property. Windows and doors and comers of the house are framed in red brick. The house is surrounded by a verandah with a bull nose iron roof. All rooms have a fireplace. The house has a central hallway. The roof is high pitched and topped by four double chimneys and one single high chimney. Renovation has modified the original Edwardian character of the house. The property has been upgraded and extended to a modern residence. There is a Swimming Pool under the main roof.
Individual Building or Group
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