CHARMING VICTORIAN ERA FAMILY HOME IN UNBEATABLE LOCATION
Situated on the south side of Barnard Street, this property boasts an easy stroll to various Bendigo landmarks including the QEO, Arts precinct, Rosalind Park, Girton Grammar School, and the CBD. This home is unique in offering an inner-city lifestyle with the advantages of a 595m2 block. This stunning redbrick home features a formal lounge with built-in bookcases framing the open fireplace, offering both relaxation and refinery. In true Victorian era fashion, each of the 3 bedrooms also features its own fireplace and overmantel. The stunning French doors featured in the open plan kitchen/family room provide both pleasant views and convenient access to the enclosed courtyard and rear garden - perfect for hosting gatherings with friends and family. Details such as unique stained-glass windows, high ceilings, and pleasant natural light add to the charming ambiance of this property. And climate controlled by ducted gas heating throughout and split system air conditioning in the main bedroom and family area. Internal access to the double lock-up garage and separate workshop provides an ideal, secure place for tinkering away at your next project. Featuring all the charm of yesteryear, the conveniences of today and an enviable location this beautiful property ticks all the boxes.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Open Fire Place,Ducted Heating,Dishwasher
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