Daylesford 68 East Street
A slice of history with contemporary living!
Set behind a grand hedge and with electronic gates this beautiful country property circa 1860 has retained its nod to the past but offers contemporary living for the present and the future. A Classic weatherboard style with ¾ return verandah and set amongst a fully irrigated (tank water), gorgeous garden with established trees, fish pond and raised veggie boxes this home has much to love. From the front door the hallway reveals 3 bedrooms and bathroom/laundry - one queen size with BIRs, overhead fan and north east orientation, one queen size with freestanding robe and south east orientation and one smaller bedroom that would suit a child or home office/study space. The central bathroom with shower and WC is spacious with ample cupboard storage and laundry. Move on through to the living zones and master bedroom housed in an extension undertaken approx. 11 years ago. The large master bedroom has full width BIRs, overhead fan, French doors to the west verandah and an ensuite with spa bath, shower, vanity and WC. Now for the spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living areas - dining area for 10 complete with a cellar (dirt floor but stairs and lighting) and has a gas Rinnai heater, U shaped country-style kitchen with 60cm gas cook top and oven, and ample storage, and a lovely living area with wood combustion fire, reverse cycle split system and overhead fan, and two sets of French doors to the north and west verandah and into the garden. The kitchen and living room have character paneled ceilings and there is a triple storage cupboard in this space. Hydronic heating throughout ensure you are cosy over the chilly, cooler months and a reverse cycle split system and overhead fans keep you cool in the warmer months. There is a double carport and a single garage which could be used as the perfect sized shed with power and lighting, and perfect for pets with the property fully fenced. Opposite farming land so a sheep or two may be seen and only a few minutes drive into Daylesford or stroll down to the Farmers Arms.