From the moment that you pull into the driveway, you will realise that you have found something special. The original brick residence was built in Ararat in 1890, before being dismantled and transported to Phillip Island. This home has been lovingly rebuilt and restored, retaining many of the original features, and adding a few modernising touches. Typical of the era, from the front door you enter a central hallway with decorative archway and dado lined walls. To the right is the living room, the centrepiece being the fireplace with timber mantle. Double French style doors leading out to the side verandah, allowing the outdoors in, and offers a lovely area to relax and read a good book. To the left of the hallway, is the master bedroom, with spacious ensuite complete with spa bath and period fixtures. As you work your way through the home, there are two further bedrooms on the left, both generously sized, and a combined bathroom and laundry at the rear. The kitchen sees a fusion of original features and modern appliances. The kitchen fireplace has been fitted with functional storage shelves, while still retaining its charm. The kitchen incorporates a dining area, which is large enough to accommodate family dining. Double doors lead out to the back verandah which overlooks a picturesque cottage garden complete with 2 garden sheds. The substantial size garage/workshop comes with a set of plans to convert into a self contained unit. Solid brick internal walls, bluestone ledges, baltic pine floors, decorative cornices and pressed metal ceilings are just a few of the beautiful features of this amazing home. An inspection is a must, to gain a true appreciation for all that this home has to offer.