1890s Daylesford house, Goodman House, listed for $1.385 million

1890s Daylesford house, Goodman House, listed for $1.385 million
1890s Daylesford house, Goodman House, listed for $1.385 million

An 1890s Daylesford house has been listed for $1.385 million.

Located at 5 Camp Street, Goodman House has views of Daylesford and the Wombat State Forest.

It features a solid Mahogany back/garden door with many original, historic features still intact around the property.

The front verandah was rebuilt in 2004.

The cook’s kitchen features a 7 hob gas English ‘Belling’ stove and operating wood stove.

Three bedrooms and two bathrooms are available, with one being an English enamel bath.

Two sitting rooms features open fireplaces with the second being able to be used as a dining room.

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A grand Consevatory is available along with a library/study, rear vestibule to the cellar, garden and cellar.

Along with the wood stove there are four operating fireplaces as well as a gas fired hydronics heating and full insulation.

Sitting within Daylesford’s Historic Precinct the Botanical Gardens is only a few minutes walk away while main shopping precinct and restaurant are within close proximity.

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