With a stylish monochrome façade, on a large 726m² allotment sits this refurbished 1920's brick cottage. Offering an unrivalled lifestyle in one of Bendigo's most popular suburbs. Boasting prime position with the CBD just 5 minutes down the road where you can enjoy our famous Café culture, yet still on the Melbourne side of Bendigo where you can jump straight onto the Calder Highway and be in the City in no time.
Showcasing original charm inside, the home reflects its origins with decorative yet fully working fireplaces and polished floorboards. The open-plan lounge and dining areas provide generous space for relaxation or celebration, seamlessly connecting to the outdoor entertaining area. The kitchen has all of the modern comforts including gas cooktop with an electric oven plus a split system unit for heating and cooling this zone.
The lovely big backyard is perfect for families with children or perhaps for the keen gardener, there is loads and loads of potential with this much space on offer.
Back inside you're 3 bedrooms come with built-in robes and share a lovely bathroom featuring subway tiles and charming heritage vanities plus a separate WC. The bathroom also leads to the space-effective European laundry.
Other features of this wonderful property include a wood heater in the main lounge room in addition to the split-system, a huge garage outside comfortably fitting two cars plus loads of room for storage or a workshop.
Because of its super popular location this would be a fool-proof investment property. With expected rental returns $290 per week and such a solid home, you really can't get any better!
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