9 Welsh Street, Kyneton

09/05/2019 $1,120,000
4 Bedrooms   2 Bathrooms   2 Parking

You will be richly rewarded with an inspection of ‘Hambledon’, circa 1890, being true, classic Victorian architecture with a beautifully added touch of stylish modern finishes throughout.
Throw away the car keys as Hambledon is located at the end of a court, right in the heart of Kyneton and only a short stroll to shops, schools, cafes and fast rail. You will be able to fully enjoy the relaxed lifestyle that Kyneton has to offer.
Wonderfully private with beautiful northern sunlight, you will be enticed to relax in the garden with its manicured lawns, read your favourite novel and feel like you are a world away. Hambledon is instantly charming with its period features, including polished Baltic pine floorboards, open fire places, 11ft-high ceilings and ruby glass windows to name but a few.
With a gorgeous and inviting wide entrance hallway leading to 3 large bedrooms, you’ll find the main with walk-in robe and full ensuite and a lovely family bathroom complete with bath and separate shower. Large, open-plan living including dining and living space, plus kitchen with stone benchtops, walk-in pantry and stainless steel European appliances complete this family home.
A quaint family room with coved ceilings could double as a 4th bedroom, ideal for extra overnight guests. French doors from the kitchen lead to the lawn area and outdoor, undercover entertainment space - an ideal spot to relax with family and friends. Here you’ll also find a double garage and storage area.
The laundry and mud room lead off the rear deck, perfectly positioned for use after an afternoon spent in the garden. Gas hydronic heating and ducted evaporative cooling throughout the home will keep you comfortable through every season.
‘Hambledon’ is a quality Victorian home and property that is quite simply perfect!

For Further Information

* Required field

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

For Further Information