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When it comes to prime real es­tate, it’s all about lo­ca­tion and this stately home in Warragul is no ex­cep­tion.

Sit­ting promi­nently on an el­e­vated cor­ner al­lot­ment, over­look­ing the beau­ti­ful grounds of Civic Park, this much ad­mired, land­mark prop­erty of­fers in­ner town liv­ing at its best.

Im­mac­u­late pre­sen­ta­tion and in pris­tine con­di­tion, the clinker brick res­i­dence is a true tes­ta­ment to su­pe­rior crafts­man­ship.

Num­ber 69 Smith Street is a gen­er­ous split level home com­pris­ing three large bed­rooms, three bath­rooms, home of­fice, two sub­stan­tial liv­ing ar­eas and a well equipped kitchen.

An ex­ten­sive brick paved pa­tio caters for al­fresco en­ter­tain­ing.

There are also two sep­a­rate, re­mote con­trolled garages, a sin­gle garage on the lower level of the res­i­dence and a de­tached tan­dem garage plus a work­shop.

En­try to the prop­erty, in­clud­ing the garages, is from Craig Street.

A step into the im­pres­sive en­trance hall re­veals a sense of un­der­stated el­e­gance and peace­ful am­bi­ence.

To the right is the for­mal liv­ing room where high ceil­ings, moulded cor­nices, ex­posed brick­work and a sub­stan­tial gas log fire with a splen­did tim­ber man­tel en­hance the time­less style.

Large win­dows fill the room with the morn­ing sun and over­look nearby park­land.

Tim­ber balustrade de­fines the ad­join­ing for­mal din­ing room, both of these rooms fea­ture qual­ity light fit­tings and cus­tom made drapes.

From here, a pas­sage­way leads to the main bed­room with a walk-in robe and en­suite, bed­room two, fam­ily bath­room, sep­a­rate toi­let, laun­dry, the kitchen/diner and fam­ily liv­ing area to­ward the rear of the plan.

Prac­ti­cal and skil­fully crafted, the kitchen fea­tures an abun­dance of cab­i­netry, rounded tim­ber counter tops, Euro­pean ap­pli­ances, in­clud­ing dual gas and elec­tric hot plates, wall oven and a dish­washer.

Warm tim­bers line the ceil­ing of the fam­ily liv­ing area cre­at­ing a more ca­sual at­mos­phere.

A built-in cor­ner bar, com­plete with a sink, stor­age and glass shelv­ing, is a con­ve­nient fea­ture when en­ter­tain­ing.

Glass doors con­nect to the paved court­yard.

From the pas­sage­way, a set of stairs lead to the lower floor which ac­com­mo­dates the third bed­room with an en­suite bath­room, home of­fice and in­ter­nal en­try to the sin­gle garage.

Di­rect out­side ac­cess from this level and the in­de­pen­dent lay­out will ap­peal to fam­ily mem­bers seek­ing a pri­vate space away from the main liv­ing ar­eas.

Built-in robes are found in both sec­ondary bed­rooms, gen­er­ous stor­age is in­cluded in the laun­dry and there are two large cup­boards in the hall.

Ducted gas heat­ing, air con­di­tion­ing in the fam­ily room and a se­cu­rity sys­tem are ad­di­tional in­clu­sions.

The sur­round­ing gar­dens are well estab­lished with ma­ture conifers, soft shrub­bery, weep­ing trees and man­i­cured lawn.

If you are con­sid­er­ing a move to an in­ner town ad­dress, this is the ideal op­por­tu­nity to se­cure a qual­ity home with char­ac­ter, en­dur­ing grace in an un­ri­valled lo­ca­tion.

Quirk Real Es­tate Warragul is proud to mar­ket this land­mark prop­erty and will pleased to as­sist with all en­quiries.

Tele­phone 5623 6062, Ge­off Quirk 0418 515 949, Vin Quirk 0417 350 720 or Ni­cole Mor­ris 0407 235 464.

Num­ber 69 Smith Street Warragul is of­fered for sale for $790,000.

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