Situated in the heart of Beaconsfield's shopping precinct with supermarkets, Primary/Secondary schools, train station and restaurants while simultaneously having the peace and quiet of living the country lifestyle, only minutes form freeway access.
This exquisite property offers 2.25 acres (approx.). A timeless styled residence with picture perfect views. This charming weatherboard home offers 3 separate living zones, the kitchen downstairs between a spacious open plan meals and living room with bi-fold doors leading out to a sheltered outdoor entertaining area, the formal dining and living room set at the original part of this 1890's cottage - offering breathtaking views over the front yard.
4 bedrooms are set apart from one another over the lower level, with a teenage getaway. Upstairs offers a childrens TV or play area, private bedroom with a magnificent balcony and study that offers south facing views of the beautiful flora and fauna surrounding the property.
The kitchen, bathroom and laundry have recently been updated with subway tiles and marble-look bench tops.
Further features include a 7m x 5.8m shed with power and water connected, ample space for further development or space for a caravan, boat, or room to keep the horses.
A prime piece of real estate that is highly sought after but rarely on offer.
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