Clunes 12 Creswick Road
Quaint cottage in prominent location
Circa 1860, this cottage offers a rich history of standing within the township, formally a general store, erected in the peak of prosperity in Clunes Gold rush. History advises the boundary of the cottage adjoins the original police paddock of the approx. 1850, prior to the 1864 subdivision and relocation of the police to Camp Hill.
The current owners are offering the quaint historic cottage affectionately known still as Brenda Trembaths house to provide the next owner the opportunity to refurbish and enjoy as they have over the years.
Northerly facing, and only a few minutes’ walk to the heart of town, the astute renovator will soon restore this cottage into the modern abode, ideal for the weekend getaway or holiday let.
Maximise on the already established cottage garden with paths and brickwork throughout, sit under the trees and enjoy the birdlife with seasonal creek along back boundary which makes its way to Creswick Creek. The distinctive Yucca at the corner of the home, pictured in the old photo within this advert still stands proudly today, some 150years later.
• Approx. 2897sqm
• Lovely, treed block
• Cottage garden
• 2/3 bedroom cottage
• Town water
• Septic system
• Electric hot water
• Electric upright stove
• Open fire place in lounge
• Wall heaters
• External shedding
• 500m to heart of town
This is an opportunity not to miss out, own your very own piece of Clunes history.
Clunes is a historic Central Victorian township, and popular destination within 2hrs of Melbourne. Less than 30 minutes to Ballarat & Maryborough and approx. 40 minutes to Daylesford. Rich in diversity and community spirit, you don’t just buy property in Clunes, you are welcomed into the community family.
To arrange your private or video inspection please call Angela Flowers on 0437 456 908