This historic 1860s home offers an outstanding opportunity for those who have yearned for the quintessential North Warrandyte experience, but haven't yet found it. Imagine a blend of earthy mud brick walls, rich slate and timber floors, lofty ceilings, and vast windows that capture magnificent views. The inviting interior includes an open plan kitchen/meals/lounge that maximises the elevated views. The kitchen features solid timber cabinetry, walk-in pantry, and a classic combustion stove. The adjoining dining room also captures the views, and adds scope for an even larger upstairs living space, with direct access to the vast adjoining balcony. Down the unique steel staircase you will discover 3 inviting bedrooms (main with spa ensuite and walk-in robe), and family room with open fireplace and French doors leading outside to level lawn and the separate mudbrick studio that is perfect for home office, guests, adult children or artists/hobbyists. The 3/4 acres allotment (approx.) is terraced for usability, and has driveway access right through to the rear of the block with lush green lawn, mature gums, and Yarra river access a short distance from the back gate. Additional features include family bathroom with bespoke tiles by artist Rachel Buckley, European laundry, reclaimed doors, views to the Dandenongs, sealed driveway and double carport. Only a few moments from central Warrandyte, with shops, cafes, restaurants, schools, city bus, and Yarra River on hand.
- Two storey mud brick residence, elevated bushland views
- 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, upstairs/downstairs living zones
- Solid timber kitchen, walk-in pantry, classic combustion stove
- Several wood fires, French doors, lofty ceilings, rich slate/timber
- Elevated deck, separate studio for guests/artists/kids
- Double carport, level lawn, 3/4 acre allotment, rustic appeal