119 McDowalls Road East Bendigo
Exceptional Dual Occupancy Property on (approx) 2.5 acres
Indulge yourself in a magnitude of space, plus a taste of the serenity of semi-rural bliss! It's almost hard to believe this property is only seven minutes from the centre of the city, even closer to schools, colleges, botanical gardens and sporting facilities!
Situated on almost 2.5 acres this stunning property commands attention for several other reasons too.
Firstly the generous dimensions for every room give this 26 square family home a sense of grandeur. An extensive breakfast bar introduces an immense kitchen that overlooks a family meals area making entertaining a breeze! Step from the kitchen through glass sliding doors to a covered decked area overlooking lush garden and meandering stream. A massive studio area joins 3 other huge living areas for indoor enjoyment. Either 4 big bedrooms, or 3 plus study if you prefer, have built-in robes with the main boasting an ensuite featuring a corner spa, there is also a generous family bathroom with separate toilet. Reverse cycle split systems along with ducted evaporative cooling maintain climate comfort.
A super bonus feature of this dual occupancy property is the self-contained unit. Entirely independent of the house, it is separately metered.
Ideal for the extended family to visit, or for short or long term accommodation, or for a home office or to operate a small business, holiday let or rental property!
With full kitchen, combined bathroom-laundry, spacious open living, bedroom with built-in robe and sunroom. Fully air-conditioned. There is even a concreted carport and a front verandah!
Now all you need is a big shed with concrete floor and power to potter in, a double carport to park...well, you've got that here too, but only if you're quick!
Built In Robes
Reverse Cycle Aircon
Reverse Cycle Heating
Self Contained Unit
Bendigo Real Estate
58 Queen Street
T 03 5441 4555
F 03 5441 3088
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