POSTIONED on the edge of Surf Coast’s favourite hinterland hamlet of Deans Marsh sits a beautiful home on 10 acres of rural countryside.
With the Otway National Park at your doorstep, and the popular resort town of Lorne just over the hill, 70 Deans Marsh-Lorne Road offers the best of rural lifestyle living.
Bordering the popular Deans Marsh township, and boasting beautiful views over the valley, Charles Stewart Real Estate sales representative Marion Nott said the property had many stunning attributes.
“The property is a sophisticated blend of historical character and charm with the comfort and efficiency of modern appliances and features,” Ms Nott said.
“The incoming owners can be absolutely confident that every aspect of this property has been carefully and well-constructed to ensure long-term endurance.”
The house is comprised of between three and five bedrooms (depending upon how you choose to use the space) and two bathrooms.
The kitchen has been completed with European appliances and features an efficient and beautiful modern design including waterfall marble benchtops, unique Italian style pendant lights, pop up range hood and French doors opening on to the front deck and the view.
Blending the luxury of modern features with the history of the place, a 100-yearold chimney separates the kitchen from the lounge.
The lounge and separate dining room continue the theme mixing the authenticity of the original Baltic pine floorboards with the beauty of the glass pendant lights and the light and space created by the glass French doorsleading out to the extensive deck and swim spa pool.
The bathroom includes such features as a deep free standing bathtub, heated towel rack, dual sinks and cantilever mirrors.
Up a few steps, there is a large open living space (with small en suite) that could be used for a variety of purposes, including B&B, and upstairs, a feature room is surrounded by windows and balconies from which to enjoy the beautiful views over ”Frogwood Arboretum” and 17-year-old shiraz vines.
Across the timber deck and past the pergola, a boardwalk leads to the glass gazebo, which is set on the edge of a gorgeous pond complete with a running stream.
The property also boasts a large builder’s shed with mezzanine floor as well as a three-bay machinery shed, a beautiful garden, an established orchard and a vineyard producing award-winning shiraz.
Water supply is guaranteed via a spring fed dam as well as the substantial capacity in rainwater tanks.
Set across two titles and with shirespecific planning allowance for alternative use, this property provides new owners with an array of exciting options.
For sale by Expressions of Interest closing Wednesday, December 12 at 2pm, for more information please phone Marion Nott on 0400 373 011 or Daryl Oborne on 0419 388 341.