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  • 20 Commissioners Gully Road
  • $635,000
  • 3253382
Ray Passalaqua
Mobile: 0423 904 795
Office: 03 5472 1155
20 Commissioners Gully Road CHEWTON
IMPECCABLE, PEACEFUL OASIS Impeccably presented, this entire approximately 7.5 acre peaceful oasis hardly has a twig out of place between well-kept woodland and an immaculate modern residence. A deluge of daylight floods the interior of this gorgeous country cottage and large rooms also contradict its period exterior.
Fitted with stainless steel 900mm stove and dishwasher amongst an abundance of bench-space, the pristine kitchen owns a walk-in pantry too. With wood heater for cosiness and reverse cycle air conditioning for convenience, the roomy lounge is open to the spacious dining area. His and hers robes are built-in to 1 of 3 big bedrooms, plus plenty of storage capacity built-in to the laundry and entranceway.
Paved and covered, an expansive patio overlooks lush garden foliage with glimpses of a gazebo, the ideal spot for barbeques. Stone ruins remain as romantic heritage remnants of former inhabitants of the land. Established landscaping winds its way around paths with defined edges, amongst a variety of flora including fruit trees. Fully fenced, a vegetable bed enclosure is secured against raiding rabbits and roos. Thoughtful placement of an outdoor trough by the back door is a handy way to leave mud where it belongs. Cars and workshop space are both covered behind roller doors, within a Colorbond shed, and another much smaller shed takes care of garden tools.
Just a few minutes from a wealth of local amenities in Castlemaine, it is less than 40 kilometres from Bendigo. The property is also close to the Calder Highway linking commuters to Melbourne, or kick back, relax, and ride the train all the way from the station that's only 8 kilometres from sweet home.  
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