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327 Barnard Street

Victoria North
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327 Barnard Street Victoria North
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Elevated period home with uninterrupted views of the Cathedral
This period home on the city's fringe comes with all the romance of its era, plus coveted Sacred Heart Cathedral views. Enjoying an elevated position along Barnard Street, yet accessed from quiet no-through Reef Street, means you'll be connected to, yet buffered from the vibrant hustle and bustle of Bendigo. Take the 800m stroll to artsy View Street, to find galleries and cafes, the Capital Theatre and the Queen Elizabeth Oval. What a neighbourhood. The home itself is a charmer. It features a long list of heritage features to love such as high ceilings, decorative cornice, picture rails, beautiful ceiling roses, and exquisite leadlight windows. The front entrance, with double leadlight doors, opens to a wide and spacious foyer and an elegant chandelier. Enjoy dressing the space with treasured furniture, artwork and rugs. There are three bedrooms; the large main has a ceiling fan, and a picture porthole window offering an eye to the past. The third bedroom is not huge however has potential as a home office or study. The updated bathroom houses a shower, vanity and loo. There is a separate European-style laundry. More historic elegance is found in the main living room with again views of the cathedral through the gorgeous bay windows. A gas heater plus split system cooling and heating keeps the space cozy. Beyond this lounge/dining space is a modern kitchen and meals area. The Laminex kitchen has all stainless-steel appliances, plus a generous wall pantry. A sliding glass door opens to a sweet deck for lazy breakfasts in the sun. Or, seek out the side paved patio for that iconic Bendigo view of the cathedral spire. Upgraded in all the essential places, yet proudly wearing its period heart, this is the home to win you over.
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