CHARACTER HOME WITH A BLUE RIBBON ADDRESS
If it’s a character home you seek, loads of space and an inner town address, number 121 Victoria Street, Warragul is sure to tick the boxes. Originally built in the 1940s by local craftsman, Don Glen, the four bedroom home has remained in the same family until now.
During the late 1960s the second storey was added, transforming the modest weatherboard into a more spacious residence with the addition of a bedroom, bathroom and an extra living area. More recent refurbishments include a stylish, modern kitchen, timber laminate flooring and roller blinds whilst leadlight entry doors, decorative and stepped cornices, picture rails and a slate surround fireplace with timber mantel are original features.
High ceilings and large corner windows in many of the rooms create a feeling of space and a fresh, airy ambience. Poised on the high side of Victoria Street, the home boasts a stunning vista across the town-second ship to Mount Worth and the southern ranges, particularly from the second level. Further improvements include a steel double garage, tool shed and landscaped, low maintenance gardens.
The semi enclosed front porch leads to the entry hall.
To the right is the living room, a peaceful room with a lovely outlook across to the ranges.
A gas heater set into the fireplace is an inviting element during the cooler weather, a ceiling fan assists with air flow. Opposite is the kitchen and meals area.
Off white cabinetry is teamed with a tiled splashback, stone-like laminate counter tops and an upright gas cooker. Overheads, multiple drawers and a double pantry allow plenty of storage.
The pleasant view from the window above the sink makes washing up a breeze. Sliding glass doors connect to a living area with outside access to the rear porch. Bedroom four, the laundry and a separate toilet are also located at the rear of the layout. Further along from the front entry are the steps leading to the upper level, the two remaining secondary bedrooms and the family bathroom with a shower, bath, vanity and a toilet. Built-in robes are included in the three secondary bedrooms, one of the front bedrooms also has a walk-in robe created by the space under the staircase and an air conditioner. The second level is a private, parents’ domain with a carpeted living area, spacious bedroom, walk-in robe, ensuite and split system air conditioning. Large corner windows in both the living area and the bedroom have the most marvellous view. Civic Park, the Arts Centre, Warragul Primary School, cafes, shops and the train station are a short walk down the hill. Combining character, modern amenities and an inner town location, this is a rare offering.
For additional information contact the marketing agent Jason Lee from Harcourts Warragul on 5622 3333 or 0419 441 697. Number 121 Victoria Street, Warragul is to be auctioned at 11.00am Saturday 30th June 2018.
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