House for sale
220 Mulcahys Road,
3 2 2
The ultimate country lifestyle retreatThis meticulously constructed and exclusively private family residence envelopes you in an air of peacefulness, whether it's the scenic driveway from which you gaze across the brown trout stocked dam and the four island shallow pond which attracts a wide array of water birds or the charming refurbished "Potato Hut" which is now a studio. The spectacular atmosphere that permeates over the property through every season makes this property truly unique and special.
The double level main residence has been designed to provide luxury family living which is evident from the travertine marble entrance gallery to the polished concrete flooring in the stainless steel commercial style kitchen. The home also comprises formal sitting room (OFP) and adjacent reading nook with window bench seating and storage, formal dining room, family room (gas log fireplace) and casual meals area adjoining the kitchen. The downstairs main bedroom has an ensuite and dressing room whilst the upstairs 2nd and 3rd bedrooms with polished floorboards have Juliet balconies and are serviced by a central family bathroom.
Other features in the home include zoned in-floor heating, internal vacuum system, indoor swim spa, large auto double garage, European laundry, powder room, double glazed windows and doors.
These two properties are set on about 26 acres of parkland gardens and three paddocks (suitable for a variety of hobbies/pursuits). There is multitude of mature European and native trees, a 200 treed truffle orchard (planted about 7 years ago), fruit orchard, veggie and cutting garden, poultry enclosure, large farm shed and a massive reservoir stocked with rainbow trout and ideal for a summer dip to cool down.
Trentham itself is one of the hottest real estate destinations in the Central Highlands and enjoys a revered arts scene and fabulous foodie haven with such restaurants as Annie Smithers' du Fermier and a plethora of cafes along with the historic Red Beard Bakery.
Approximately an hour from the Bolte Bridge via the Calder Freeway and 20 minutes to either Daylesford, Woodend or Kyneton where you can connect to V/Line services back to Melbourne or Bendigo.
Last updated: 09:07AM on Mar 21st 2018