/Renowned Daylesford lovers’ haven hits the market

Renowned Daylesford lovers’ haven hits the market

An award-winning lovers’ haven has hit the market in Daylesford.

Voted one of Australia’s 50 most romantic getaways by travel website View Retreats, the one-bedroom villa at 15 Park Ave comes with a $680,000-$740,000 price tag.

Named Topham House, the architect-designed property is an absolute delight.

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The romantic loft-style bedroom.

RT Edgar’s Beverley Higgs said the property had attracted interest from Melbourne buyers.

“It is exquisitely presented and well received by those looking for a weekender, investors and businesspeople,” she said.

The warm and inviting bathroom.

A feature is the cosy loft-style bedroom on a mezzanine floor overlooking the intimate living, dining and kitchen area below.

The bathroom is a highlight with its fabulous freestanding Kaldewei bath set in front of a magnificent stone gas fireplace flanked by washbasins.

The cosy living, dining and kitchen area under a vaulted ceiling is warmed by a fireplace.

On a 538sq m block near the centre of town, the little gem nestles in a beautifully landscaped garden with curved stone walls and paths.

Mature hedges and trees create peaceful garden rooms that provide secluded spaces for entertainment and relaxation.

Soak up the serenity in a private garden room.

“The garden is a real masterpiece and the attention to detail is obvious,” Ms Higgs said.

“The owners have maintained it well.”

Currently used as a private home, Topham House comes with a planning permit for an extension.

“It is a wonderful opportunity to secure a holiday villa for private use or for the lucrative accommodation market,” Ms Higgs said.


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