1/4 Church Street, Beechworth

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THE HARP OF ERIN

Formally the Harp of Erin Hotel c.1864, this iconic building is centrally located in the true heart of Beechworth.

Once the watering hole for many a thirsty local, it has since been transformed into a beautiful home combining all the charm of yesteryear with 21st century comfort.

Completely renovated and restored, this extraordinary property will delight you from the moment you step under the front veranda and through its doors, with its quality finishes and attention to detail throughout.

The light filled kitchen and dining area feature 11 and half foot high ceilings, central split system climate control and Black Butt flooring with heating underfoot. The stylish and functional kitchen showcases stone bench tops, electric cooking and central island bench.

The formal lounge, with floor to ceiling bookshelves and quality carpet, is a warm and engaging space for you to relax.

Two spacious bedrooms are both carpeted with built in robes and ceiling fans.

A third bedroom is currently utilised as a study and has attractive French doors.

The first bathroom has a convenient walk in shower and large vanity, whilst the second bathroom acts as an ensuite for bedroom two.

Exiting the home via large French doors to the rear veranda, you will be delighted by a private and beautiful courtyard garden setting, with a striking wall of espalier olives and a subtle blend of exotic plants ensuring year-round colour.

For the musician or artist, a detached studio, with storage, is the perfect retreat to unleash your creative energy.

With such a private and enchanting setting and its proximity to absolutely everything in Beechworth, this magnificent example of a gold rush era building warrants your inspection.

$595,000

ID# 11042101909

Land Area 287 sqm

Tony Stockdale

Tony Stockdale
0428 629 778

Janet Friend

Janet Friend
0407939976

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