37 Main Street Beeac
$430,000 - $450,000
Picturesque Period Home
Residing on a spacious 1245sqm allotment sits this gorgeous period home, which has undergone a sympathetic restoration in the past three years. Think character, sophistication and an entertainer's delight. The home seamlessly integrates classic Edwardian with modern design in one.
Period features include high ceilings, ceiling roses, detailed fretwork, stunning mantlepieces and the charming established garden.
The kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, is open plan with the living and dining, and offers outdoor access to the large timber deck.
Year-round temperature control is provided by the wood heater with heat transfer system and split system air conditioner.
The updated bathroom is a perfect blend of old and new, with a repurposed timber vanity, modern colour palette, separate bath and shower, euro laundry plus underfloor heating - ensuring you are looked after on those cold winter mornings! Stepping outside, the backyard has been perfectly designed for entertaining and/or families, providing the ideal space to relax with a book, enjoy produce from the established fruit trees and still plenty of space for the kids and pets to play and maybe even to establish a veggie garden?!
Additional features we're sure you will enjoy, include:
- Sundry sheds, chook pen and garden shed
- The home has been insulated, rewired, restumped, painted both internally and externally. There really is nothing left to do but move in and enjoy!
Beeac is situated an hour to Geelong, under two hours to Melbourne and only 15 minutes to Colac for any shopping and hospital needs.
With so many of us searching for a healthy balance of lifestyle, space, privacy and convenience, 37 Main Street ticks all the boxes. An inspection is a must to fully appreciate this gorgeous home!
Colac To Coast Real Estate
7 Dennis Street
T 03 5231 3288
F 03 5231 3273
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