62 Last Street, Beechworth

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If ever you were on the hunt for the idyllic period style Beechworth home, then 62 Last Street must surely be it.

The home features a formal lounge facing the street with ornate cast iron fireplace and mantle – undoubtedly once referred to as the parlour - plus a large separate open plan living and dining room to accompany the kitchen at the rear.

The kitchen is light filled and spacious and features timber benchtops and a centre island – perfect for that post work wine and conversation.

Both living zones have split systems installed, whilst the master has a beautiful wood heater for cosy nights in.

All three bedrooms are generous in size to accommodate the growing family.

The central bathroom has a timber vanity, deep spa bath and separate shower, plus a large storage closet.

Conveniently located within the laundry is a second shower and second toilet.

Outside you will benefit from the vision and foresight the owners have had in creating a low maintenance garden, with colourful plantings of birch, ornamental pear and rose – just to name a few. Tucked away quietly are the raised vegetable beds meaning there is tons of room for the kids to run and play in the back yard.

Off the rear veranda is the paved outdoor entertaining space adorned with deciduous vines for year round enjoyment.

With period features such as the long wide arched hallway and dado walls, the home undoubtedly sits in one of Beechworth's leafiest streets, and is within easy access of schools, health facilities, nature reserves and the central shopping precinct.

A lovely home in one of Beechworth's most prized locations.


ID# 11042101964

Land Area 1,012 sqm

Tony Stockdale

Tony Stockdale
0428 629 778

Janet Friend

Janet Friend
0407 939 976

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