Nothing needs to be changed, it’s perfect as it is – this c1950s home’s renovated spaces are instantly inviting today and so impressively appointed that they’re certain to be desirable far into the future.
Comprising in total three bedrooms, the seclusion of the master wing makes a compelling case for dual habitation. A full-size ensuite and walk-in-robe complement its generous private dimensions, as does a superb semi self-contained living space offering wet bar and separate entry. Two further bedrooms, each ideally proportioned and bright, are matched by the beauty of the central family bathroom and an additional lounge/meals, study and spacious sunroom (with feature timber-panel ceilings) that each in their own way evoke exceptional comfort. Superb stone kitchen featuring four-burner gas cooking and spacious walk-in pantry, Coonara combustion heater and additional electric heating/split system cooling further enhance a home that flows to 3 acres (approx.) that capture the appeal of open space and serene privacy.
Stretching further out from the home, the property presents four-bay machinery shed with three electric roller doors and mezzanine floor, woodshed, chicken shed and 2x water tanks together holding 85,000l, as well as a grassy paddock, shelter yard with self-feeding water trough, veggie patch and a dog-proofed acre surrounding the home. Located just ten minutes from local Longwarry shops, primary school and the freeway, and under half a hour from each Pakenham and Warragul.
Beautifully renovated c1950s home
Versatile floorplan presenting three bedrooms
Private master wing provides excellent options for dual habitation
Semi self-contained living with wet bar and separate entry
Two additional bedrooms sharing stylish family bathroom
Lounge/meals, office and lovely sunroom
Stylish contemporary kitchen complete with walk-in pantry
Open space flows across 3 acres (approx.)
Grassy paddock with electric fencing
Four-bay machinery shed
Water tanks holding 85,00l litres
Woodshed, chicken shed and shelter yard with self-feeding trough
Ten minutes to Longwarry Primary School and local shops
Reach the freeway – and the city – with ease