A stunning freestanding Victorian brick villa in the heart of historic Queenscliff. Often sought yet rarely found.
Circa 1890- 91, this dichromatic brickwork home is a superb example of a bygone era which has been very well preserved to retain almost all of its original features, whilst being extended to provide the creature comforts expected today.
Extra wide skirting boards, tall ceilings, OFP's, ornate cornices and a hallway arch, are some of the many Victorian features. Accommodation is generous and living spaces are independent, perfect for family living.
A side carriageway provides access to the deep rear garden which includes an entertaining area and double carport with additional storage.
This is a true Queenscliff classic.
Settlement - 3rd July 2020
Note: Adjoining Edwardian commercial property at 72 Hesse Street is being sold concurrently. This provides a very rare opportunity to purchase two properties with common boundaries, dual street frontage and enormous development potential.
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