8 Davy Street, Woodend

Architectural Excellence in an Enviable Location

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$1,650,000-$1,800,000
“Why we like the property” (agent perspective)
This architecturally designed residence is a testament to superior craftsmanship with a coveted inner township location, making it a standout in the market.

“What the property offers” (property perspective)
Step into a world of refined elegance as you enter this architect-designed home. The spacious open plan kitchen/living/meals area and family room offer a bright and inviting space for daily living and entertaining. From the moment you step through the wide entrance, you're greeted by an atmosphere of sophistication that sets the tone for the entire residence.
With four well-proportioned bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a powder room, this home caters effortlessly to the needs of modern families. Practicality meets luxury with the integrated double garage and laundry, while high ceilings and quality appliances showcase meticulous attention to detail throughout.
Enjoy the comfort of double glazing, ducted heating, and a Cheminees Philippe solid fuel heater, ensuring year-round comfort and ambiance. Outdoor living is equally delightful, with an alfresco area, north-facing sun deck, and rear veranda deck, all set amidst a low maintenance garden, perfect for relaxation or social gatherings. A concrete driveway adds to the property's convenience.
Location-wise, this property shines. Adjacent to the Gilbert Gordon reserve, it offers a serene backdrop while being within walking distance of town amenities such as shops, cafes, churches, the V/Line station, schools and the farmers market. Within close proximity to the Woodend golf course and the beautiful walking paths along the Five Mile Creek.
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