This lovely Bridgetown homestead built in 1938 sits on 5 very rare flat acres with two street frontages. It was the original Major Whittells' family home. Part of this large family horse stud was developed into what is now the very popular Four Seasons Estate. The old style tennis court, thought to be the first in Bridgetown, at the front is framed by lovely old climbing roses and was the scene of many tennis parties in its day. The driveway runs around the house and provides access to the front entrance off the verandahs and the back door, used mostly in the country, with the mudroom/laundry handy and good storage in the entry hall. This is the perfect family home in the country, to raise a family or retire to' Good big country kitchen with high ceilings, bespoke timber cabinetry, timber bench tops, an island bench with power points and storage cupboards on both sides, breakfast bar, overhead cupboards on one wall, lovely lead light windows over the double bowl sink, new dishwasher, free standing gas stove. The dining space is extremely generous with another set of lead light windows and opens on the front verandah and a large wood fire. A very spacious living room opens from the dining room through double sliding glass doors and has high ceilings, an air conditioner and French doors to verandah and garden. The three bedrooms have easy access to a huge bathroom with a bath, walk in shower and generous vanity and toilet. Other features include: • Sub division potential • Tennis court • Lovely established house garden • Stables and feed shed • Sheep yards • Chook pen • Wood storage • Two rain water tanks 20,000 gals and 2,000 gals. plumbed to house, water off house, shed and stables • Tap at house feeds water trough for animals • Single garage/workshop power, light and concrete floor • Vegie patch • Original timber slab shed • Currently divided into two paddocks with access from the house paddock • New water pump • Large fig and walnut tree The property is currently tenanted. Call Anne today for a private viewing!