104 Victoria Street Eaglehawk


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Picture this...

Just a few minutes' walk from the heart of a thriving local community is a 3 to 4 bedroom property ready to welcome its next owners beyond its picket fence. It's rare when the terms 'period home' and 'low maintenance' can be mentioned in the same sentence. However, at this address that is in fact what you'll find! For over 40 years, it has had only one owner, which says a great deal about it being well cared for and genuinely much loved.
Evidently updated now and then over the years, modern comforts have managed to be incorporated without compromising character. Split system heating and cooling along with an expansive tiled living-dining room extension have been added. Some carpets have been updated and a skylight draws an abundance of daylight into the kitchen.
To inspire restoration of period charm are Victorian features such as lofty timber ceilings. In the formal lounge, a red brick chimney that currently hosts a gas heater would be wonderfully inviting to sit by with a gas log fire in its place. A bay window in the main bedroom is the perfect spot for a chaise. Redesigning the floorplan could create an ensuite or second bathroom out of the extra-large laundry.
Lengthy verandahs front and rear offer alfresco living areas, while a 13 metre long carport has cars covered. With all its facilities and shopping only a brief stroll away, the location speaks for itself. With so many assets here, book an inspection before it's too late!

Property Features

  • Built In Robes
  • Carport
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Gas Heating
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Reverse Cycle Aircon
  • Study
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Property ID: 3266122

Paul Byrne

Paul Byrne

0439 441 198

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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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