30 Duke Street, Myrtleford

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Discover Classic Charm in a Prime Location

This beautiful fully renovated character-filled home is immaculate inside and out, and with a recent sympathetic extension, it just adds to the appeal.

Combining history and traditional features, this family retreat features polished timber flooring, accentuated by high ceilings that create a sense of openness.

The living room, complete with a natural gas log fireplace, traditional cornices plus original timber doors and arcs, provides a relaxing space to unwind. It opens into the dining area adjacent to a bright, well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances and stone surfaces.

Featuring three generously sized bedrooms, the master accesses a large and stylish ensuite plus walk-in robe. The remaining bedrooms offer built-in robes and ceiling fans. A family bathroom completes the accommodation.

An extensive and remarkable extension at the rear of the home is utilised as a secluded retreat and entertainment haven. Standout features include high north-facing clerestory windows to capture the winter sun, well-appointed kitchenette and cabinetry plus a warming woodfire and a new split system.

From here the home leads out to a private rear outdoor entertainment deck - the perfect place to unwind.

The backyard features custom-made raised vegetable beds, a double garage, separate carport and handy storage sheds.

Located within walking distance of local amenities, primary and secondary schools and parklands, this home offers a comfortable lifestyle in a highly regarded area.

Experience the charm and convenience of this classic Myrtleford residence - schedule your viewing today.


ID# 11042102846

Land Area 736 sqm

Tony Stockdale

Tony Stockdale
0428 629 778

Janet Friend

Janet Friend
0407 939 976

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