From the finest of Mt Macedons vantage points comes this 3-bedroom, double clicker brick residence. Adorned with bay windows and French doors, all rooms draw from the homes rich green surrounds creating a private oasis worthy of your attention. Period style features and high ceilings are present throughout. The Master Suite has a walk-in robe and ensuite, the second and third bedrooms are generous in size (one with built-ins) and central bathroom with spa-bath. Ducted heating and cooling also ensures ample comfort and the woodfire heater will keep you warm in the cooler weather. A north-facing kitchen and meals area complete with Miele oven, electric cooktop and dishwasher spills onto a fern-lined courtyard, sheltered from the elements creating the perfect entertaining spot. The grounds are quintessential of Mt Macedon fully landscaped with mature trees, meandering paved pathways, and rich botanical style. Underneath the home is a double lock-up garage with wine cellar and separate garden shed. A freestanding newly completed double garage will also impress. Walking distance to the coveted village of Mt Macedon, there is much to love about this property. Contact Peter or Elona for your Private Inspection.
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