Those searching for a property with heart, history and natural beauty will be captivated by this special new listing.
This charming 1930s weatherboard home has been gifted with an extensive and thoughtful renovation. The secure 1,614sqm (approx.) corner block is an inspiring blend of spectacular gardens and carefully curated entertaining spaces. It also notably features a recently constructed automated and pine lined shed with concrete floors and a wood heater that will surely be a treasured space for the handyperson or lucky teenagers.
Inside, the generous split-level design features 2 living areas and four spacious bedrooms. Two efficient Daikin reverse cycle split systems, supported by the six-kilowatt solar panels provide easy year-round comfort and the central wood heater offers country ambience.
Turn the key to the first living space. Warm Tasmanian oak floors, timber doors and light filled spaces will immediately endear you to the home.
The first 3 bedrooms hinge off this space, 2 are robed with woolen carpets and the third with stunning garden views is currently configured as a home office. The fourth bedroom is accessed from the second living area, ideal for guests and zoned living.
The family bathroom is simply stunning, showcasing bluestone floor and wall tiles, a stepless shower, deep soaker bath and an engineered stone floating vanity. The rear laundry is worth a special mention, incorporating a mud room with bench seating next to a huge window, picture framing another beautiful vista.
In tones of grey and white, the kitchen has likewise been thoroughly considered. Calcutta marble mosaic penny round tiles are a beautiful design choice. There is a 700mm Smeg electric oven with a gas cooktop, sleek soft close cabinetry, a Bosch dishwasher, Caesar stone benchtops and a breakfast bar for social cooking and informal dining.
From the adjoining living and meals area, step out onto a large decked alfresco, almost doubling your entertaining space. You are indeed spoilt for choice when socialising outdoors; the old corrugated iron shed has been reimagined as a brilliant barn style entertaining space and the fire pit with tree stump seating caters for more intimate gatherings.
Surrounding the house are established, private gardens incorporating open lawn spaces for play. A variety of native flowering plants, shrubs and spectacular gums are flourishing and provide habitat for the bird life and resident echidna.
Community and convenience are right on your doorstep. Stroll to the village centre and the Botanic Gardens. The train station connecting you with Melbourne and Bendigo is just a few hundred meters away. With nothing left to do, 5 Evans Street is ready to welcome new residents into its bright and happy fold.
**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.