Timeless style and meticulous detailing have combined to create one of Kyneton’s finest period homes in the revered Piper Street precinct.
Completed in 1898 for Mr W.R Kerr, the proprietor of the Kyneton Observer, the spatial qualities of this refined Victorian, set on bluestone foundations are immediately apparent: a grand arched entry hall leads to 2 formal living rooms with high ceilings and decorative mantlepieces – the dining room featuring a captivating bay window with a framed garden vista.
The harmonious blend of old and new is apparent in the 4 king-size bedrooms and 2 exquisite bathrooms, one finished with Carrarra marble, a Victoria and Albert volcanic stone claw foot bath and Perrin and Rowe basin and tapware.
The central kitchen features Canadian Maple cabinetry and Harcourt Granite benchtops with a 120 wide gas double Falcon oven and a large separate pantry and a separate laundry and mudroom complete the picture.
No less impressive is the garden oasis with a kaleidoscope of colour permeated with David Austin Roses, Hydrangas and Clematis as well as a stunning Magnolia tree.
Coveted extras include:
Original oregon joinery throughout
Original grained oak and mahogany woodwork and ornamental cornice
Traditional high ceilings with ornamental ceiling roses
Braemar ecostar gas furnace
Rinnai gas log fire
English linen roman blinds with blackout linings.
Loose fabric insulation with additional Polyester R4 Batts
Powered double garage with 7m x 5.5m concrete floor.
Separate garden shed
Adjacent 2 bay carport and all weather entertaining area
** 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.