Originally built in the 1870's this beautiful residence boasts charm, character and a unique history.
Believed to be the original Calhoun family home the property was converted to a guest house in the 1930's with its very own bathing box and electric lighting. During 1960's and 70's the property was converted to the Drift In Cafe and gallery.
Today the renovated residence is rich in period features such as original Baltic pine floors, elevated ceiling heights, working fire place and full length front verandah.
A large open-plan living and dining area is the perfect entertaining space and a separate lounge and sun-room are the ideal retreat spaces. The five bedrooms are vast and serviced by two bathrooms.
The galley style kitchen features ample storage/pantry space and a St George oven and Kleen-maid dishwasher and cook-top.
A rear alfresco space overlooks the beautiful garden and is the perfect place for a summer barbeque.
Other features include:
- Three reverse cycle A/Cs
- Three 1000L water tanks
- Ceiling fans in every room
- Timber venetians throughout
- Walk in linen cupboard
- Raised vegetable gardens
- Small orchard of fruit trees
- 3 toilets
A three car carport and significant shed are the finishing touches on this superb offering.
Situated on a 1,000m2 (approx.) allotment close to the heart of Portarlington this is a truly unique property that deserves inspection.
Close to Transport
Close to Shops
Open Fire Place
Close to Schools