Imagine living amongst 1-acre (approx.) of serene Huntly living. Offering four-bedrooms with built-in robes and ceiling fans, a striking master suite and ensuite with walk-in robe and three-piece ensuite, three-living zones and a grand entertaining patio fit for a crowd. The home has seen a recent modern extension giving the home new living zones, a study nook and three bedrooms.
Stepping through the formal entry and you're greeting by the open concept kitchen, dining and family area oozing space, style and natural light. The layout boasts practicality with its corner set-up, abundance of bench space, floor-to-ceiling storage cupboards as well as a walk-in pantry. A 900mm Smeg oven, dual drawer dishwasher, waterfall island brekkie bench and a stylish servery to the pergola adds to its appeal.
The entertaining area is the real crown jewel moment and stepping out through the home's glass sliding doors you'll see why. A massive concreted and pitched roof area boasts the ultimate in entertaining living. Complete with ceiling fans, an eye-catching brick wood burning fireplace and an impressive natural gas built-in barbecue with mouse-proof outdoor kitchenette. This space overlooks the green and secure backyard with established veggie patches, garden shed and enough space to do as you wish.
This home was also built for Victoria's elements in mind, its materials thoughtfully used to maintain year-round climate; the mud brick side maintains its cool through summer, while the Colourbond side releases the heat without absorbing it after the sun has moved off it. Split system heating and cooling throughout, town sewerage, water and natural gas connections with gas instantaneous hot water system.
Enjoy peaceful and private living while still being close to schools, shops and amenities. Just 3-minutes to the Huntly township, 6-minutes to Epsom Village and a 15-minute trip to Bendigo CBD.
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