This beautiful circa 1940/1950's weatherboard home offers quintessential Berry living, positioned on a big block (4,387sqm) with stylish interiors and lovely established grounds in a peaceful location within easy reach of shops, cafes, services and Berry Public School.
The home's bright interiors are ideal for contemporary family living while retaining many original features such as high ceilings, rich Victorian Ash floors, and high decorative ceilings and cornices. It's a gorgeous old house and in an amazing location.
The home originates from Deepdene VIC and was saved from demolition at its original address, where the owners wanted to make way for a super contemporary new home. The Berry owners painstakingly had the home deconstructed and transported 801km north to Berry, where it was rebuilt and given an overhaul to remove the original red clinker brick facade and terracotta tiled roof with a more fitting weatherboard exterior and colourbond roof.
The home is set well back from the street and set in beautiful established gardens, and the house features a front verandah off from the dining room, the perfect spot for your morning coffee or tea and the paper. The house offers four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, and a second bedroom with en suite. The living space is expansive with a bay window taking your eyes out into the garden and a slow combustion fireplace. The kitchen showcases Corian benches, capacious cabinetry, magnificent La Germania stove, island bench, and generous dining area. A huge covered alfresco space is found off the kitchen and family dining area, great for those looking to entertain.
A separate detached freestanding studio with bathroom is located at the rear of the property with access via its own driveway.
There is also a detached double carport with "man cave" at the rear.
Properties like this don't come onto the market very often, so its one not to be missed!
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