St. Etienne | 3 Bedroom | 3 Bathroom | Historic Home in Central Daylesford
This outstanding property maintains its historical charm with beautifully intricate and original pressed metal ceilings while seamlessly incorporating quality made Mid-Century furnishings.
St. Etienne is set back 40 metres from the streetscape and partially concealed by a Birch tree forest - creating a sense of seclusion as you arrive along the central driveway.
Each bedroom has a king size bed featuring deluxe cotton sheets and Hungarian Goose Down quilts. Two of the bedrooms each enjoy their own en-suite while the third bathroom features a twin shower and separate bath tub.
Simplistic furnishings and stylish decorations bring elegance to these spaces. The double lounge areas are illuminated by natural light, filtering in through large windows on either end of the rooms.
An L-shaped couch hugs the corner facing the TV while on the other side of the lounge a pair of designer leather chairs face a gas log fireplace, making a perfect nook to relax.
The kitchen and dining rooms share an open plan space complete with a second gas log fireplace which exudes a warm and welcoming ambience. Teak Mid-Century furnishings are a call-back to St. Etienne’s past, while the modern colour palette creates a fresh finishing touch. The kitchen is fitted with a bespoke breakfast bar and high quality Smeg and Miele appliances, while its windows look out into the property’s vibrant garden.
St. Etienne is nestled in its own woodland-style gardens, boasting mature Birch trees and bursting with purple, pink and blue flowers. The front verandah is perfect for enjoying a morning coffee or tea as the sun rising above Wombat Hill greets you. The rear verandah, deck and outdoor entertaining area has a full dining table, lounge chairs, BBQ and is crowned with overhead string lighting for that extra layer of atmosphere.
Guests will enjoy being centrally located, with just a short walk to Daylesford’s bustling main street. Stores, galleries, wellness centres, the Botanic Garden and Lake Daylesford are all a stone’s throw from St. Etienne.