40A Canterbury Street, Clunes.
Stylish Fusion of History and Comfort
Discover a cleverly relocated 1911 Edwardian gem, seamlessly fitting the historic streetscapes of old gold Clunes. Freshly revitalised with a chic lime green front door and a pristine white exterior, this residence exudes timeless charm. Step inside to uncover coveted period features like 11ft ceilings, ornate archways, and original daddo boards alongside modern comforts. Renovated from top to bottom, enjoy a new roof, wiring, plumbing and insulation ensuring the efficiency of the wall heaters and ceiling fans. Boasting 4 plush-carpeted bedrooms, including a master with ensuite, the home also showcases a timeless family bathroom with a claw foot bath. The home opens at the rear to reveal the kitchen, dining and living room where an ornate timber fireplace with a Spectre 1800 wood heater is a charming focal point. The fresh white kitchen incorporates every wished-for amenity; a Westinghouse induction cooktop, a 900mm oven, Caesar stone surfaces and a social breakfast bar. A laundry with external access completes the thoughtful floorplan. Glass sliding doors lead to an expansive deck, extending your entertainment space amidst the spacious yet low-maintenance 922sqm (approx.) allotment with fresh border planting and a central lawn area. A wide side driveway offers off-street parking. You may consider further value adding to the property with a carport, shed or perhaps, with the state government's changes in regulations, an additional dwelling, all subject to council approval. Connected to mains power, town water, and sewerage, this special home combines yesteryear's imprints with modern comforts, mere moments from the town centre's amenities and V/line train services. Embrace this unique blend of history and contemporary living as its new custodian.
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The town that triggered Victoria’s gold rush boom, Clunes with its heritage village, lush landscape and country hospitality, is a tourism hub and a history buffs dream. Nineteenth-century architecture stands proud, shopfronts champion farmgate produce and handmade goods, and gold mining souvenirs are bountiful.
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