50 Old Coach Road The Basin
If you have ever desired a tree change but can’t imagine uprooting your suburban life, there is no need to venture any further than The Basin, just minutes from Boronia.
The road to ‘Wychwood’ is rustic and winding, and takes you deep into the Australian bush where you find the historic country home on approx. five acres of land which has been lovingly tended by the one family for over 50 years.
Properties like this just don’t come up that often.
If wandering through your own estate and reclining by your fireplace, red in hand, while taking in city views from your warm and cosy lounge room sparks your interest, read on.
This stunning property was once a commercial daffodil farm, even supplying the bright blooms to The Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day appeal.
They still grow wild across the four acres of cleared paddocks that have more recently been home to horses and cattle.
Surrounded by an acre of lush gardens boasting towering camellias and rhododendrons, as well as terraced outdoor entertaining spaces – ‘Wychwood’ is a tranquil retreat.
The home itself is simply incredible. A cobbled pathway takes you up a flight of stairs and leads through huge double doors into a breathtaking home, rich in texture and unique features including internal brick feature walls, timber clad ceilings, gorgeous lead-light feature windows, generous formal and relaxed split-level entertaining spaces and clever architecture that makes the most of the breathtaking views which can be enjoyed from every window.
It offers four bedrooms including a master with ensuite and walk-in robe and one which even has French doors leading out onto a private courtyard. There is a huge study or home office which is flanked by windows offering city views and there’s even a craft room adjoining the laundry. The family bathroom has been fully renovated, has courtyard access and there is also an additional guests’ powder room.
The home’s entertaining spaces are complemented by a generous farm-house style kitchen complete with planter-boxes underneath the window sill and a big island bench. There is also a fire bunker and two big outbuildings including a double brick garage and a double shed with workshop.
Quality extras include ducted vacuuming, gas ducted heating and reverse cycle air conditioning.
Just a short drive into Boronia, this unique property really offers the best of both worlds, and could even be returned to a commercial daffodil farm or be used for horse aggistment, bringing in additional family income.
The instant charm, quality and incredible location of this property is certain to attract keen interest from buyers who are ready to escape the hustle and bustle. Enquire today to avoid disappointment