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.

Property Features

2 Bathrooms

4 Bedrooms

1 Car Garage

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