Described on the Victorian Heritage database as "'Circa1900's, late Victorian transverse gable roofed triple-fronted cottage with dual entrances and set close to street edge" this weatherboard house would have so many stories of years gone by tucked away in its walls.

The beautiful character features of the era are still evident with high ceilings, Baltic pine flooring and open fire places in the lounge and main bedroom. While many modern touches have brought it up to today's requirements such as reverse cycle heating and cooling, gas ducted heating and an updated kitchen with a dishwasher, the quaintness of the home still exists mixed with some eclectic touches.

Now it has up to 4 bedrooms, or 3 and a sunroom, an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen area in the heart of the home, a study nook, a separate bathroom and laundry. The rear verandah is north facing and a beautiful spot to sit and enjoy that winter sun as it streams into the living space. Added to this there is convenient off street parking available at the side of the house.

Set on an easy to maintain block of approx. 400sqm location it is literally just a few hundred meters from the heart of the vibrant Healesville main street. This could be transformed into a fabulous short term accommodation in the best position in town or make a warm family home for someone wanting to be within walking distance to transport, shops and schools.