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Lo­cated in the sought af­ter district im­me­di­ately north of War­ragul, this charis­matic prop­erty in­cludes 3.6 mag­nif­i­cent acres of land (po­ten­tially sub­di­vis­i­ble STCA), unique out­looks and a charm­ing Art Deco home.

It is the sort of prop­erty you nor­mally only dream about - a rare com­bi­na­tion of pop­u­lar fea­tures to­gether in one place – cre­at­ing a very spe­cial of­fer­ing.

The Home Fas­ci­nat­ing on ev­ery level, there’s a long list of orig­i­nal fea­tures in the three bed­room home which have been ex­cel­lently re­stored and main­tained. Orig­i­nal tim­ber floors in­clude two toned in­laid tim­ber bor­ders – just beau­ti­ful – and there’s a stun­ning Art Deco brick fire sur­round with tim­ber man­tle hous­ing a solid fuel heater in the fam­ily room.

The own­ers chose to main­tain the tim­ber win­dows, doors, skirts and ar­chi­traves in their orig­i­nal state – all in per­fect con­di­tion - adding loads of charisma and the in­tri­cate ceil­ing mould­ings in the main rooms are spe­cial!

Pic­ture rails, wide sills, high ceil­ings and spa­cious rooms are all lovely fea­tures.

Con­tem­po­rary ad­di­tions have also been thought­fully added so as to cre­ate a highly func­tional home which blends the old and new.

Dur­ing the kitchen restora­tion, for ex­am­ple, the own­ers chose be­spoke tim­ber cab­i­nets to blend per­fectly with the ex­ist­ing style and the orig­i­nal old chim­ney was re­stored per­fectly to house the mod­ern black Savoir Faire 600mm cooker!

There’s loads of amenity in this large dine in kitchen and it flows beau­ti­fully to the fam­ily room then on to the front lounge via dou­ble doors.

All the bed­rooms lead from hall­ways and in­clude car­pet and built in robes plus easy ac­cess to the up­dated bath­room which has been taste­fully com­pleted.

A large ad­di­tion at the rear pro­vides a ver­sa­tile space – cur­rently a fab­u­lous of­fice, mud room and laun­dry – but eas­ily adapt­able for so many other uses.

The rear deck over­looks the house gar­dens and neigh­bour­ing dam which brings birdlife and even a tur­tle - which last sea­son laid its eggs in the back gar­den!

Views over the farm­land are gor­geous from here and it’s very easy to vi­su­alise sum­mer evenings watch­ing the sun go down in the west!

The Land In­fra­struc­ture

The un­du­lat­ing 3.6 acres pro­vides three main pad­docks, in ad­di­tion to the large house yard, each with troughs filled from a spring fed dam ease­ment.

A sweep­ing hedged round­about leads both to the home and over­sized dou­ble car­port plus a four bay shed com­plex and there’s plenty of ad­di­tional park­ing.

A thriv­ing or­chard, cit­rus grove, veg­gie patch and wide­spread ma­ture gar­dens and lawns com­plete the long list of life­style fea­tures here.

Lo­cated only five min­utes from the War­ragul CBD, V/Line Sta­tion, schools, and sport­ing fa­cil­i­ties – re­mark­ably, the prop­erty is at the same time sur­rounded by green hills and farm­land – have the best of both worlds!

In­spec­tion is by ap­point­ment only – con­tact Ni­cole Mor­ris from Quirks Real Es­tate in War­ragul on 0407 235 464 or 5623 6062.

Num­ber 345 Brandy Creek Road in War­ragul is on the mar­ket for $775,000.

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