Nestled quietly at the top of historic Ironbark, sits this gorgeous weatherboard gem packed with original features and complemented perfectly by the modern twist of recently renovated kitchen, bathroom and laundry leaving nothing to do to this property other than enjoy. Situated on an ideal 688 square metre corner block (approximately) and only a 6 minute drive to the Centre of Bendigo, this home offers an enviable lifestyle for all walks of life.
The interior of the home is inviting from the first step with classic elements throughout including high ceilings, polished timber floor boards and an abundance of natural light. Upon entry of the home you will find the first two bedrooms to your left and right. Further down the hall you will find the open plan dining and sitting room. This space is completed with tall timber ceilings and a skylight. Leading off the dining space and up the curving stairs is the unique 2nd level bedroom. This room presents as the perfect distinctive space/room for a younger one or an ideal guest room. Moving onto the heart of the home, the kitchen has been spared no attention to detail. Evident throughout with a neutral palette, massive bench space, mirror splash back, 700mm stovetop, stainless steel appliances and plenty of cupboard space for an abundance of storage.
Flowing off the kitchen to the front corner of the home you can find the second separate living space or fourth bedroom. A versatile space perfect for either purpose due to its generous sizing. The bathroom and laundry can be found at the rear of the home and are equally as tastefully updated as the kitchen. Boasting timber bench tops and vanity with glass sink and white marble tiles to tie it all together.
The large backyard gives families of any size plenty of space to relax, play and entertain with a multitude of options to choose from; the separate back patio, expansive balcony overlooking the lawn and garden and not to mention the paved court yard. This is all topped off with the added convenience of corner access (on Thomas Street) perfect to bring your boat, caravan or trailer through the single carport and into the yard for peace of mind and safe storage.
Properties like this with so much to offer rarely come to market, don't miss your opportunity to secure this beautiful character home!
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Formal Lounge,Separate Dining
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