St. Etienne // 3 Bedroom // 3 Bathroom // Historic Home in Central Daylesford
Beautiful federation home with lush garden established in 1912. Recently kitted out with all the modern comforts, St. Etienne lodges as many as 6 guests across 3 bedrooms. A period home from the early 20th century, this property maintains its historical charm while seamlessly incorporating contemporary design.
The spacious lounge is illuminated by natural light, filtering in through large windows on either end of the room. A plush, l-shaped couch hugs the corner facing the TV. Free Wi-Fi and Netflix make this lounge a great hub for the whole house. Unique artworks hang on the walls, lending the space character. On the other side of the lounge, further seating and a gas fire make for a perfect nook to curl up and relax.
The kitchen and dining room share an open plan space. Rich wooden furnishings are a call-back to St. Etienne’s past, while the modern colour palette creates a fresh atmosphere. The kitchen is fitted with a modern breakfast bar and high quality Smeg appliances, while its windows look out into the home’s vibrant garden.
St. Etienne is nestled in its own woodland-style garden, boasting supple birch trees and bursting with beautiful purple flowers. Two sides of the home have verandahs with outdoor settings, ideal for enjoying the fresh air and a good meal. The deck area in particular has a full dining table and BBQ for entertaining.
The bedrooms each have a king size bed. All three rooms enjoy their own distinct colour palette, emphasising understated shades of green, blue, pink, orange and more. Simplistic furnishings and stylish decorations bring elegance to these spaces. Ducted heating and split-system cooling guarantee comfortable temperatures year-round.
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.
Est. 1912, St. Etienne is a small but important historical fixture in Daylesford, recently rejuvenated for modern living.