212 Don Street Bendigo


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Picture yourself amongst city-edge living

Established and sitting proud in iconic Don Street, are so many stunning period homes that have graced this stretch of prime real estate for over 100 years. There are so many benefits in owning and living in this location, and the opportunity to establish yourself as a new proud owner has become available, with this split-level 3 bedroom period home. Updated, modernised and extended over the years, this home is ready to impress its new owner(s) with its warmth, grace and modern chic vibe. All bedrooms are upstairs, as is the meals and family room that offers an inviting open fire place. The kitchen with gas and electric appliances, has a unique sky-lighted ceiling. French doors open up onto the undercover deck area that overlooks crown land and Bendigo's city lights. Downstairs via recycled, original, red brick steps leads you into the laundry and study nook. A multipurpose/dry storage room will have your imagination going wild with what you could do with it. A second, paved and undercover entertaining area, is designed for sitting around and admiring the established gardens. Ducted heating and split-system reverse-cycle unit for cooling has the temperature covered. Carport and drive both off Don Street and the rear land off Barnard Street accommodates your cars and vehicles. Walk to city life, views, cafes, both St John of God and Bendigo hospitals, plus Girton and Catholic College just minutes away.

Property Features

  • Carport
  • Ducted Heating
  • Floorboards
  • Off Street Parking
  • Open Fireplace
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Split System Aircon
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Property ID: 3241747

Nekti Tzouroutis

Nekti Tzouroutis

0412 242 321

Matt Gretgrix

Matt Gretgrix

0438 911 688

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Contact Office

Bendigo Real Estate

58 Queen Street

Bendigo 3550

T 03 5441 4555

F 03 5441 3088

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