35, Morton Street, GLENLYON, VIC 3461
Stunning Maldon Stone Homestead Immersed in Park-Like Surrounds
Immersed within stunning park-like surrounds, this scene-stealing Maldon Stone homestead with a beautiful veranda offers a spectacular country retreat in the sought-after hamlet of Glenlyon. The 2,079 square metres (approx.) corner parcel of land is surrounded by stately privacy hedging and mature ash trees, creating a serene sanctuary only moments to Glenlyon General Store.
The custom-built four-bedroom and study home is designed with the perfect balance of timeless style and today’s quality. Come home to open-plan living and dining areas kept warm in winter with a freestanding wood fireplace and ducted heating and cool in summer with ducted refrigerated air conditioning. There’s a country-style kitchen with Shaker cabinetry, timber benchtops and a classic drying rack. There is also the bonus of a separate studio ideal for working from home or as a hobby space.
The planning that has gone into creating an easy-living home is impressive, from the main bedroom with an updated ensuite and built-in wardrobes to the study/sitting area, fourth bedroom/sunroom, and large laundry/mudroom with veranda access. The solar power system has the bonus of a Tesla battery. Solid Brushbox timber floorboards and stone feature walls are excellent features, and the interior is freshly painted throughout.
Enjoy the low-maintenance garden’s sense of space and easy-care design. Established hedging and ash trees provide beauty and privacy, and apple, cherry, mulberry and nectarine trees are in place for a year-round supply of fruit along with abundant birdlife. Roses frame the tessellated-tiled veranda, and keen gardeners will love having a greenhouse and veggie patches to potter in and a workshop next to the garage. It’s easy to keep the lawn and landscaping in great shape, thanks to a bore and two water tanks.
This is perfect for a country lifestyle with a village vibe. Morton Street is a short walk to Glenlyon’s General Store cafe, Recreation Reserve, and the monthly market and community events held in the town’s historic hall. A 10-minute drive is all it takes to reach Daylesford’s shops, restaurants, schools and tourism attractions, as well as the nature trails and cellar doors the region is famous for.
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.
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