* Three bedroom timber and iron home built around 1910, with extra rooms that can be utilised for entertaining family or guests * Originally used as a bank with residence until finally closing it's doors in 1995 * Old bank area would lend itself to a variety of uses, still having separate office area and original washbasin complete with partition wall and curtain * 2 bathrooms - 1 ensuite * Whole home rewired and complimented with a 2.5kva solar system * Individual lounge and dining area * Electric kitchen * Wood heating plus reverse cycle air conditioning * Hoop pine paneling, cedar doors, 12-foot ceilings with high set picture railing and original bank vault with solid concrete walls * Tasteful renovations have been carried out including enclosing the the Eastern veranda in 2 sections * Fully enclosed backyard which boasts an established garden with garden shed for extra storage * 4 bay colourbond shed divided into 2 areas giving you car space for 2 vehicles and storage area with separate workshop * 2 gravity fed poly water tanks. Home plumbed to town water * Situated on a double block * Close to amenities - Post Office, top Pub, Foodworks Supermarket. Deepwater now has an Apex Park, Gem and Mineral Store, Bakery, Public School, 2 Hotels, Post Office, CRT, Roadhouse, Antique Store and Foodworks Supermarket. An annual race meeting is held at the Deepwater Racecourse which is located behind the Golf Course, and also the annual Scarecrow and Wool Festival which is held over 2 days at the oval with markets, car show, food stalls, wool and sheering exhibition and entertainment for the kids. It also has service organisations that include Country Womens Association, Red Cross, Far West and Apex Club, SES and Rural Fire Service, pre-school and other community organisations.