18, Spring Street, Glenlyon, VIC 3461

An Inviting Entry into a Coveted Rural Hamlet

Tucked away in the peaceful countryside yet conveniently close to town, this charmingly renovated two-bedroom home on a spacious 4146 sqm (approx) allotment provides an alluring lush sanctuary in a highly desirable hamlet, providing the ideal retreat for serenity seekers or first-home buyers. Stepping inside, you are welcomed by the engaging ambience of a home that cherishes its rural roots while embracing contemporary touches, revealing an open-plan layout amidst the warmth of a wood-burning fireplace. A chic, commercial-grade kitchen offers a culinary dream with abundant floor-to-ceiling storage, quality stainless steel appliances and a sitting area that invites conversational cooking and shared moments of joy.

Versatile accommodation features two large bedrooms, a stylish central bathroom and a full-width family room with a kitchenette that could effortlessly transform into a third bedroom if desired. Step outside and relish the sustainability of an established fruit tree orchard, spanning half an acre and featuring a variety of figs, Jack Humm crabapples, sweet cherries, pears, and heritage apples. With flourishing vegetable gardens, a greenhouse and a bore for irrigation, this property is a green thumb’s paradise.

There’s also plenty of space for alfresco entertaining and functional living, with an oversized garage boasting concrete flooring and power, as well as a separate shed that once functioned as a local fruit market and now offers additional storage or potential for conversion to a workshop or studio. With solar panels on the north side of the house and reverse cycle air conditioning providing year-round comfort, this home is not only charming but practical for modern living. Plus, its quiet neighbourhood and proximity to the town, the Glenlyon General Store and nearby Daylesford make it the ideal location for those seeking the perfect balance of tranquillity and convenience.

Property Features

1 Bathrooms

3 Bedrooms

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