Inside this 1930’s home is a unique feature. While it may look like a regular tudor-style home, underneath the main living area is a private tavern.
Located in Mount Dandenong, Victoria, this unique home was the most viewed listing on realestate.com.au this week.
Going under the hammer today, it could be yours for between $700,000 and $770,000.
Listing agents Jasmine Webber and David McKay describe the home as perfect for “buyers seeking a restoration project rich with whimsey and wonder”.
“With a floor plan fit for modern living and a flavourful array of period elements to unearth, this character residence is ready to be rediscovered,” they said.
Sitting on close to 1,500 square metre, the home has plenty of space with four bedrooms, the main with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, and two bathrooms.
“This is a sizeable home with a sensational layout to work with,” the selling agents said.
“With a generous foyer that flows into the lounge with curved wood fire, dining area with chandelier, and kitchen with charming elements including an under-stair larder, this is a blank canvas on which to paint your property dreams.”
Those working remotely will need to explore a little to find the hidden door which leads to a secret home office.
But outside the home is the main feature - a side door titled the “Tudor Inn” leads to the private tavern.
“While most homes would utilise this space for storage, this clever residence has created a private stone cellar and tavern kitted out with a bar, seating, and ornate lighting for ambiance,” the agents said.
“Guaranteed to grab attention of those seeking something outside the box, this property is rich with appeal and ready for new owners.”
The home is going under the hammer today at 2:30pm AEST.