Filled with rustic charm and character, this unique three bedroom home is layered over three levels and resting on a substantial 7080 m2 (approx.) block, surrounded by a natural leafy setting and plenty of wildlife as well as a pony paddock with shelter. Only minutes from the local Hurstbridge primary school, the train and bus services, and from Ferguson's Paddock, the tennis club and a selection of cafes, the location provides the best of both worlds; tranquillity and convenience. Introduced into the property by a handy circular driveway with a parking bay, the property provides a single garage/workshop, two single carports, and gardens that are a sight for sore eyes, with a magical presentation of native plantations to explore and admire. Connected to mains water, there's also seven water tanks, totalling 7000 litres to maintain these beautiful gardens. Mud brick, exposed timbers, leadlight windows, an open fire place, a wood fire box and brick paved floors combine to create the laid back country feel, with doors that connect to the semi covered decking area from the main living and dining room. The second living/lounge area is an intimate sitting room with a traditional "Ingle nook" reading area and a stone fire place. The lower level accommodates a TV room with external access and two of the bedrooms, the kitchen and bathroom have been spruced up to provide modern convenience and the attic storage space can double as a kids play area or extra bedroom space if needed.
Living in a mud brick home comes naturally when considering Hurstbridge as your place to call home.