Nestled in a tranquil setting, this 3 bedroom cottage built circa 1910, backs onto the Lauriston Bushland Reserve dotted with reminders of Lauriston’s gold rush past. Quintessentially the Australian farmhouse, it is part of the rural vernacular in country Victoria.
This comfortable home has retained its nostalgic appeal with original Baltic pine floorboards, timber paneling and the original kitchen fireplace, while the 6 burner gas cook top and new ensuite allow for a more refined living experience.
As you pull into the driveway after a long week, the home really lends itself to slowing down and getting lost in time. As a convenient weekender, imagine cosily reading in front of the wood heater on a Friday evening while contemplating the many options available over the weekend, or make it your permanent home or idyllic BnB, the options are there.
Notable features include:
All bedrooms are north facing
Central bathroom and new ensuite
Front living room captures the morning sun
Combined kitchen/ meals
Double carport and two multipurpose sheds
Abundant rainwater storage
Tranquil rural outlook
Established garden and vegie patch
Water rights entitlement from the Coliban River
Lauriston is a small community situated on the Coliban River 8 kilometres west of Kyneton. Tracing its origins to gold digging in the 1850s, there are still many reminders of the deep lead mining dotting surrounding farms. The Lauriston Reservoir (which serves Kyneton), is 2 kilometres (1 min) south east of the town. Located 90km from Melbourne, and 65 km from Bendigo, the Lauriston area is very tightly held which means that properties are usually well contested by prospective buyers when they come up for sale.
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.