On the edge of town, sits one of Kyneton's finest private residences, originally a beautiful hotel servicing the railway.
Oozing with history, this 1870's home, that sits on over an acre of land, is filled with character, charm and grace. When you enter the residence, you are immediately drawn to the stained-glass windows surrounding the front entrance which leads to the formal lounge and dining rooms with the space of yesteryear.
The original part of the house has, as well as the formal areas, three bedrooms, a study and a cosy snug, warmed with the solid fuel heater.
In more recent times, a well insulated extension has been built, which includes a farm style kitchen, with both a slow combustion oven and modern gas cooking. The solid timber cabinetry and beautiful polished boards complete the picture. The bathroom and laundry facilities are in this newer section as well as a beautiful main bedroom.
The original house is triple brick built on bluestone foundations, with an incredible cellar, plenty of space to keep those wines at an even temperature. With the quality of this building and the hydronic heating, this home is warm and inviting, even on the coldest of Kyneton nights.
There is a large four bay machinery shed with power, concrete and includes a secure single bay.
The parklike garden, surrounding this piece of Kyneton history, creates an oasis which allows you to leave the external world behind.
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