31 Campbell Street, Castlemaine, VIC 3450 | Jellis Craig

31 Campbell Street, Castlemaine

Campbell House 1882

One of Castlemaine's most historically significant buildings, 31 Campbell Street was constructed in 1882 by Andrew Campbell, a timber merchant, who came to Australia from Scotland in the early 1850s.

Comprising of 12 rooms, including 2 kitchens and 2 bathrooms the original floor plan is still intact today. Access to the property varies with a traditional oversized Victorian front entrance hall, a basement entrance from the rear as well as the addition of an external staircase to the upper floor, also at the rear. The top floor has been renovated and is the perfect place to reside while plans are approved to renovate the remainder of the home. New flooring and hydronic heating have already been fitted to the basement while the rest of the home is kept comfortable with reverse cycle units throughout. Parking is accessed via a lane at the rear with ample on street parking also available.

Just a short 5 minute stroll will have you in centre of Castlemaine and on the V/Line services to either Melbourne or Bendigo.

Land size: 806 Square Metres approx.


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31 Campbell Street, Castlemaine
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