Emerald hideaway has views of Warburton Ranges
Sit back and enjoy majestic views to the Warburton Ranges from this New England-style home.
Surrounded by established trees and shrubs, there is ample privacy at the cute hideaway.
Stockdale & Leggo Ringwood and Yarra Ranges agent Denise McKay said the elevated home at 28 Elm Cres, Emerald had a fantastic northerly aspect.
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“There are neighbours but it feels very private,” Ms McKay said.
“It faces north and has lots of big windows and is full of character. It is a really warm and cosy house.”
Price hopes for the property are $750,000-$820,000.
The ground floor consists of the living spaces, with a kitchen, sitting room, dining room and lounge room.
The kitchen has stainless-steel appliances and ample benchspace, while the adjoining sitting room has a unique wood fireplace that was imported from the US.
These living spaces open to an outdoor entertainment deck that captures the surrounding views.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, including the main with ensuite, as well as a study, main bathroom and rumpus room. There is also access to a balcony, another spot to take in the panoramic vistas.
Large windows and glass doors also provide views and natural light.
The home has a rendered brick and shingles exterior and a cream and charcoal colour scheme.
Surrounding the house are landscaped garden beds, a large garden shed and a fully fenced lawn area ideal for a pony or an orchard.
Ms McKay said home was in a popular and peaceful location.
“It could suit a family, or couples from the city looking for a work from home retreat,” she said.
“It has an inspiring view.”
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