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149 Milhaven Lane, Heathcote

$410,000

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Crossing a little bridge as you enter the driveway, this property has much to offer. Facing East, the long timber veranda is the perfect place to enjoy your morning cup of tea and watch the sun rise and enjoy the wildlife and birds. Situated only 7 minutes from the town centre, and zoned Rural Living, this approximately 10 acre property has been well cared for and maintained. A spacious and inviting hardiplank home , it has 3 bedrooms plus a storage room which could easily become bed 4. The bedrooms have all recently been carpeted and are all a good size with ceiling fans, robes, blinds and the Master has a semi ensuite and walk in robe. The open plan kitchen and living area is light filled and tiled, with a country ambience. The high ceilings have exposed beams , and dado wall panelling all add to the space. Large windows in the dining and living room, bring the outside in and offer expansive views across the district. The kitchen has a gas cooker, plenty of cupboard space and a large bench tops and a view down to the dams and across the district. For cooling and heating it has an air conditioner and a slow combustion heater for warmth as well as ceiling fans to move the air . The house has an approximately 3m wide veranda on 3 sides and under cover carport and storage at the rear of the house. There are external awnings for added weather protection and shade on 3 sides. The front veranda is a warm timber deck that overlooks the paddocks and dams and is so inviting and the other 3 sides are concreted, making it really easy to keep clean and enjoy outdoor living to its fullest. The front veranda has a further storage room which could be converted to a small study or 4th bedroom. The house has wireless NBN. The garden is just as inviting, with natives, fruit trees, roses and stone edged paths through the garden. There are 5 paddocks including the house paddock. It is an ideal property to run a little livestock, a pony or two or have some fun riding a buggy around. 3 good sized dams provide ample water for the garden and maintaining the trees. Inspections would impress.

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2/3 Castles Crescent, Kyneton

$395,000

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This well-built & beautifully maintained two bedroom home in a neat three unit development is surrounded by a tranquil low maintenance garden filled with lush ferns, azaleas, wonderful flowering shrubs & situated within walking distance to local schools & Kyneton hospital. Spacious open plan kitchen, meals & lounge, main bedroom with B.I.R, laundry, separate bathroom, garage, carport, gas cooking & heating and all in wonderful condition.

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58 Hall Road, Heathcote

$180,000

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If you are looking to build and want a pretty block with views, close proximity to town and a bitumen road out front, this is for you. This property is zoned Rural Living and being approximately 7.7 acres has a great potential for someone to build on. Only an 8 minute trip by car into town and with beautiful views across to Mt Ida and other similar small land holdings. The vacant land has a rocky outcrop and is a natural bush setting. . The land rises to one side and would give widespread amazing views if building on the high side. There is Power at the front gate. The property behind is a Wildlife for Nature reserve. Call now to inspect.

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3 High Street, Heathcote

$310,000

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The perfect downsizer, this 2 bedroom brick veneer home is approx 15 years old. The house is solid, cosy, neat and easy to maintain. Two good sized bedrooms with robes, carpeted and good curtains and a 3 piece bathroom are down the hallway. The kitchen is all electric with a double pantry and good storage. A split system heats and cools. Sit on the front veranda and watch the world go by from the elevated decking. The backyard is spacious shady and inviting and divided into two yards. The rear is perfect for keeping a pet and veggie plots and has a small dog yard and wood shed. There is a very large timber shed/garage which is the original old Costerfield school hall and was relocated in the 60's and still has original windows in it. The property has added local history as it sits on the original site of Palling Bros cordial factory. With council approval, the site lends itself to have the potential to build a second dwelling in the rear. With approx. 1500m2 of land and ample space in the yard for a second driveway to the rear this could open up development possibility. If you want to downsize but maintain some space , inspection is a must.

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37 McCarthy Street, Elphinstone

$640,000-$670,000

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Nestled in the hills behind the townlet of Elphinstone and backing on to a state conservation forest, this idyllic house and separate studio on about ten acres of bushland with abundant wild life offers the best of both worlds. Use it as your creative hub to explore all the festivals, music, food and wine, arts and antiques that central Victoria offers and still be an hour and a half from the CBD. Set in an oasis of established gardens and cottage garden, all with custom-built watering systems, arbours and meandering gravel paths lead down to a lake-sized, picturesque dam. Totally private, at the end of the road and winding bush-lined driveway, this property offers a retreat where birdsong is the only sound! The home has large, open living spaces, including a light and airy kitchen and an adjacent dining area, both featuring an Irish slate floor. The dining area is lit by floor-to-ceiling, bespoke leadlight-topped windows and sliding doors that lead out onto an alfresco dining area with views through the garden to the dam. Leading from this is a spacious, timber-floored living room, surrounded by 'fish tank' windows that make the most of the tranquil views of the garden and bushland on two sides. All of the bedrooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, two with a northerly aspect and built-in robes; the master with double robes for extra storage. The house boasts multiple outside living spaces: an inviting and sheltered north-facing verandah with cafe blinds, east-facing alfresco dining under a covered patio and west-facing covered courtyard. Use the versatile separate studio set amongst its own paths and gardens and attached to the house via a covered walkway, to create and be inspired or use as extra living space. Light and bright with option for mezzanine storage, it would be equally useful as a workspace, guest accommodation or a teenager zone. With two separate pump networks, the dam supplies water for the garden, the enclosed netted and fenced veggie garden and fenced orchard; and a huge 40,000-litre concrete rainwater tank supplies the house. A two-bay steel shed with roller doors, concrete floor, workshop benches and power complete the picture. With easy access to the Calder Freeway and drive-park-train options from Castlemaine and Kyneton this unique property has it all covered! Features: • Kitchen features a breakfast bar, Euro five-burner stainless steel range and designer range hood, a walk-in pantry and mood lighting. • Lounge has a free-standing wood heater for the winter months (and a life time supply of wood) and a ceiling fan and external canvas blinds for the summer. • Reverse-cycle air-conditioner in dining area. • Bathroom includes luxury marble-lined shower alcove, romantic claw-foot bath, custom timber vanity and Tastic fan/heater/light. • Solar HWS, backed up by instantaneous LPG heater. • NBN connected via fixed wireless. • WC has double sliding doors to generous separate laundry with external door. • Two-car carport under the roof line. • External canvas blinds fitted for kitchen and living room.