60 Eaglehawk Road Ironbark
Westerau - Circa 1894 - Classic Victorian Residence
Rich in Bendigo's history, is this magnificent, double-fronted, solid brick Victorian home, built for the then Mayor of Bendigo, Konrad Heinz and designed by renowned architect William Beebe. Set on almost 1100m2 and located on the fringe of Bendigo's CBD on a main arterial road, with rear access to a large garden setting, the property would be ideal for a medical/dental practice or a large family residence. The home is rich in original Victorian features including amazing lead light windows, marble fire places, high-set Victorian ceilings with original cornices, Baltic pine flooring and return front verandah to mention a few. It comprises of 4 large bedrooms upstairs, a study/office downstairs, plus 2 spacious living zones, with the rear accessing a large timber balcony overlooking the local Ironbark sporting fields and residences. A lot of upgrades have occurred over the recent years including a spacious informal kitchen/family room with all modern joinery and appliances, offering a sunny northerly aspect, overlooking a beautiful terrace and private cottage-styled garden. The home features a lot of potential with sub floor areas partially renovated, including an enormous laundry with loads of storage cupboards and benches recently installed, and numerous other rooms with potential to further enhance room and storage amenities. Ducted heating and cooling systems have had recent upgrades, and kitchen appliances have been upgraded over the years. There's just a magnificent feeling of space and comfort through-out the whole home! Outside offers a two-car undercover area with adjoining storage/workshop and well-maintained garden areas that will surely please. Homes of this calibre rarely come on the market and it is advised an early inspection to avoid disappointment.
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