- Approx 2,000m2 allotment - Centrally located - Walking distance to main street and shops - Great opportunity
Sold Price: $80,000
These modern 2 bedroom townhouses, within ambling distance to the centre of Beechworth, provide the perfect opportunity for occupiers or investors to secure their next property. With open plan living area, an outdoor undercover decking area and a double carport, these low maintenance units are sure to tick the boxes. Unit 1 is situated on a 333m2 block whilst Unit 2 is placed on a larger 464m2 allotment. Unit 1 has just been freshly painted internally, plus new carpet laid throughout as well as new garden landscaping combined with new carport privacy screens. These units are clear title, with no strata, are currently leased, and have no owner's corporation fees. With rental potential of $255 - $265 per week, these contemporary townhouses will have widespread appeal. Unit 1 is priced at $252,000 and Unit 2 is on the market to sell for $259,000. Arrange your private inspection today.
Sold Price: $250,000
This distinctive 53 acre (approx.) property situated less than ten minutes from the centre of Beechworth, with beautiful hillside and valley views, has been thoughtfully crafted to ensure its contemporary theme stands the test of time. The open plan designed home, boasts feature timber trusses and polished concrete floors throughout the kitchen and living areas, plus cedar French doors. The large master bedroom sits upon a mezzanine floor providing commanding views of your domain as well as overlooking unspoilt nature reserves. The second bedroom is king sized with the ability to split into two separable partitions as there are two internal access doors. 3.8m wide verandas wrap two sides of the home whilst a new Daikan reverse cycle air conditioner and highly efficient Nectre wood heater covers your internal climatic requirements. All the hard work outdoors has been done for you with a glorious garden outlook, including established ornamental and fruit trees, vegetable beds, small vineyard and of course a secure yard for the chickens. There is a 12m x 9m ColorBond shed and workshop, with its own bathroom facilities, and second ColorBond 6m x 3.6m lock up shed. Need more? Then there's a 6m x 6m (approx) original tobacco shed, just far enough away from the house to serve as an ideal teenagers retreat, games room or even as a cottage shop front for your farm gate sales. No shortage of water here. There is a spring fed dam, with an adjacent well, plus a second winter dam, as well as six water tanks with capacity to store approximately 122,500 litres. What are you waiting for? This is country living at it's best.
Sold Price: $475,000
Nam Shing Lane is a small development committed to thoughtful design. Offering an alternative to standard subdivisions, through environmentally sustainable Principles. Nam Shing Lane off Jardine Street is a centrally located infill parcel adjacent to the rail trail and Chinese Gardens. It is virtually surrounded by open space. This precinct is unique in the town including old and new housing in sensitively reconstructed streets east of Silver Creek and between Lake Sambell Parklands. It is an easy walk into town. This proposed new enclave of 7 lots of varying size within a private laneway is envisaged to blend with the original, inner heritage townscape of Beechworth and offer an alternative to standard suburban development. To achieve this development vision there will be development controls and design guidelines over building setbacks, building form, fencing and landscape over and above those of the Shire and Rescode. Renowned Landscape Architect Andrew Laidlaw (Head Landscape Architect at the Melbourne Botanical Gardens, & ABC Radio) has been engaged to landscape design the enclave. Nam Shing Lane is committed to a minimal environmental footprint as evidenced through the following features: Landscape design by Andrew Laidlaw (Melbourne Botanical Gardens & ABC) to integrate environmentally sensitive design with the historical elements of the site and the neighbourhood character. Water sensitive urban design (WSUD) principles in road design and stormwater capture. The establishment of a natural drainage system (wetlands) integrated with surrounding waterways. Minimal use of hard surfaces in laneway construction to maximise water retention for gardens and the natural landscape. Also reduces reliance on energy intensive concrete products. Commitment to sourcing local and salvaged materials where possible. For example the fences are made from salvaged materials. Nam Shing Lane; a unique, tasteful precinct in the heart of Beechworth. Inspect today!
Price: From $145,000
In central Beechworth you will find this recently renovated solid brick family home. Originally built in the late 1940’s, the house consists of four bedrooms and has been freshly painted throughout. New insulation has been installed in the ceiling ensuring the split system heater and cooler, plus the ever popular Nectre wood heater, provide you with energy efficient year round comfort. There is also a new instantaneous gas hot water service. Recent renovations include a new bathroom and installation of a second toilet, complete renewal of electrical wiring, upgraded plumbing, polished timber floors and double glazed north facing windows. This property also features a separate studio perfectly suited for a home office, parents retreat or an ideal spot to stick noisy teenagers. Complete with double glazed French doors, eco sensitive bamboo flooring and a new split system heater and cooler. It doesn’t end there! There’s a brand new roof, complete with two large skylights, and new guttering harvesting rainwater into two recently installed 3000 litre water tanks. Other external features include a large original shed, a large brick garden shed, wide driveway plus a third 3000 litre water tank. The location of this charming Beechworth property is a winner, with close proximity to primary and secondary schools, hospital, golf club and sportsground. There’s nothing left to do as all the necessary and costly renovation work has been completed. Just unpack and start living.
Sold Price: $385,000
This historic Chiltern cottage provides the astute buyer with the option of modernising, retaining its tenancy for $230 per week, or to simply move in and enjoy country town living. The home has retained many of its original features including large front veranda and pine lined ceilings in several rooms, combined with modern touches including a large split system inverter heater/cooler, a new double carport and rear patio area. You will find three bedrooms with the main bedroom accompanied by a north facing sunroom with direct access to the garden. The open plan living area has a cosy wood fire and large stone hearth plus the abovementioned split system to keep you comfy. Adjacent to this is the kitchen with its ornate lead light windows and French doors. With a new front fence enveloping the low maintenance garden, this property truly does have that country cottage feel. Situated an easy twenty minute drive from Albury-Wodonga and surrounded by other historical townships, including Beechworth and Rutherglen, this property surely warrants your inspection.
Sold Price: $185,000
Perfectly placed on the Rutherglen side of Chiltern this sizeable block of approx. 4.25 acres with town water & power nearby is a great place to build your lifestyle home or hobbyfarm. Potential to sub divide STCA Lightly treed but mostly cleared Medium sized dam Sought after allotment with room to move Convenient location, close to schools and bus stops
Sold Price: $95,000
Are you wanting to own a piece of history? Located in the main street of Historic Rutherglen, this majestic property was originally built as the Cumberland Hotel. The property has been updated over the years and currently operates as a residence, picture framing business, and art gallery. Situated on a large half an acre of land on 4 titles with potential for subdivision (STCA) the possibilities for the property are endless. The stunning red doors, which allow front entry to the property, open into the full length passage which features period fittings. The downstairs area has a main bedroom, lounge, 2 large art gallery rooms, kitchen, large bathroom, utility room, office, and another storage room – the decision is yours on how the rooms are used! Take a step up the sweeping staircase to the upper level and you will find a further 3 bedrooms, bathroom & toilet, and a grand lounge / dining room with intricate timber lined ceilings. The full length balcony at the front of the property provides amazing views over Rutherglen and the surrounding vineyards. With an extensive garden, unique roof design, lead lighting, timber floors, Cobb & Co. Carriageway, 4 street access, huge cellar the only way to appreciate this property is to inspect.
Sold Price: $530,000
6.9 hectares/ 17 acres (approx) with stunning 360 degree views only 7.5 km from the centre of historic Beechworth township, and 2.2km (approx) from award winning Wooragee Primary School. This gently sloping, fully fenced block has a current planning permit and spring water available. A diverse blend of flora and fauna compliment the Wooragee landscape. A truly unique opportunity to purchase a quality lifestyle property only minutes from beautiful Beechworth.
Sold Price: $200,000