This is one of Bendigo's most significant period homes. According to records, the land was owned by mining magnate Barnet Lazarus then sold to Benjamin Emmett and sold again in 1904. It is unclear when the house was constructed or who by, but by 1912, the home was occupied by dentist Reuben Smalley, who remained in residence for many years.
So, we can assume it was constructed around the turn of the century. This timeless unique weatherboard with a tile roof that is full of lovely period features including two amazing ornate ceilings, open fireplaces, timber fret work, return veranda, box window and metal canopies. Great sized rooms with a versatile layout.
The four bedrooms, three living areas, two bathrooms and a study, provide plenty of room to accommodate the whole family.
The current owner has truly enjoyed family life in this home but now is reluctantly moving on into a smaller home.
Quality homes so close to town are a rare find especially with all its stunning period features, what an exciting opportunity exists to purchase a slice of Bendigo’s history in a very quiet street.
Set on a generous 979m2 approx allotment with a 6m x 4.2m workshop and huge back yard with off street undercover parking, this property will impress in all areas.
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