Deep within the heart of nature's splendour, this captivating cottage seamlessly marries an eclectic storybook design with ample space, distinctive character, and a comforting warmth. Ideal for weekend retreats, a change of pace, or short-term stays, the dwelling unfolds with three distinct living zones, four bedrooms, and outdoor sanctuaries that invite exploration of the surrounding rainforest and bushland, creating an unforgettable hinterland escape.

The serenity is instant and enchanting, with a long looped driveway, towering gum trees and endless birdsong welcoming you home. Open-plan living and dining on the entrance reveals high raked ceilings with a light-filled loft which doubles as a reading nook or additional accommodation. A cast iron fireplace sits front and centre, whilst a country-style kitchen will impress with its electric appliances and never-ending verdant outlooks over the rear gardens.

Everyone can have their own space, with a total of three living areas, a primary bedroom/parents retreat with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, two further bedrooms and a central bathroom. A laundry and sunroom add to the practicalities of everyday living, whilst the rear deck and lower terrace invite endless enjoyment, with evergreen beauty unfolding as far as the eye can see.

Make this your lifestyle destination on approximately four acres, with fenced paddocks ready for horses or small livestock, a workshop/artists studio, fenced vegetable gardens, hydronic heating and a carport. Cherished by only one owner, this property offers a rare and charming getaway in the heart of Red Hill South, close to village grocers, restaurants, award-winning wineries, the Red Hill Market, Merricks walking trail and freeway access.

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Red Hill South, nestled within the heart of the Mornington Peninsula approximately 80 kilometres south of Melbourne, is a smaller, equally picturesque counterpart to its neighbour, Red Hill.

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