A cherished landmark of majestic heritage in one of Shoreham’s most coveted locales, the original post office c1890s stands as one of the area’s earliest public buildings, displaying impressive history within its private park-like gardens.

Originally built by Ellen Byrne, who at the time taught at the original school (opposite) and later became the postmistress, the once-in-a-generation offering rests across an acre (4,312sqm approx.) of low-maintenance land, central to Shoreham Tennis Club, General Store and Foreshore.

As beautiful today as when it was first constructed, the weatherboard facade precedes a series of renovated spaces including an open lounge and dining room with wood heater, an adjoining kitchen with new cabinetry, modern appliances and dishwasher, a formal dining/rumpus with fireplace, three internal bedrooms (two with original fireplaces) and a main bathroom, with additional toilet. The fourth bedroom/study with external access, was a variation to the design during the home’s construction phase, added at the time to accommodate the then post office.

Listed for sale for the first time, after a recent renovation sees complete modern comfort, this approximately 130-year old home welcomes its next chapter with an idyllic setting and premium family comfort for permanent or holiday enjoyment.