Cosy Cape Cod Cottage for Sale in Newhaven, Phillip Island, Victoria

Located in a quiet street in the seaside village of Newhaven is this perfectly presented two storey five bedroom family home that offers a warm and inviting feel and it sure will impress you. Cute design with character featuring cathedral ceilings and Dorma windows. On a large 765m2 block of land with dual access, plenty of room to store your boat, camper trailer or caravan.

Features include:
Lower level of this character filled home offers:
– A light filled cosy open plan living, dining and kitchen opening out to a good size outdoor balcony.
– New modern kitchen with neutral Caesar stone bench tops, Smeg large stainless steel stove with 5 gas burners and an electric oven, dishwasher and large pantry
– Lounge area includes cathedral ceiling, a wood fire heater, reverse cycle air conditioning, ceiling fan and a gas connection for a gas heater.
– New carpet throughout the living area
– Family bathroom with a bath, bedroom with ensuite, ceiling fan and carpeted, laundry and separate third toilet
– Quaint sitting room at the back of the home or the fifth bedroom with built in cupboards
– A large undercover outdoor entertaining area with wind down blinds.

Upper Level offers:
– Three bedrooms, one with a large ensuite, vaulted ceiling, Dorma window, reverse cycle air conditioner, ceiling fan and a Juliet balcony on which to view the amazing sunsets.
– One bedroom at the moment is an office and this has a study nook with a ceiling fan, cathedral ceiling and Dorma window.
– All bedrooms have built in robes and carpeted

Other Features:
– Concrete drive from the front of the home entering to a two-car covered car port and a large double garage. Perfect for a workshop.
– Lovely gardens in the front and back and fully fenced at the back.
– Brush box fencing hides the two garden sheds and wood shed and the boxed vegetable garden
– Double gates at the rear for dual access to easily store your boat, caravan or trailer with a power outlet close by.
– Single gate entrance from back

Newhaven has many great attributes, and everything is in walking distance including San Remo and the beaches are wonderful for walking. Enjoy a life of convenience with cafes, shops, beach, marina and yacht squadron, park and school all within walking distance.

Just over the bridge on Phillip island, Newhaven’s proximity to nearby townships such as San Remo, Cape Woolamai and Wonthaggi. Newhaven is only a 60-minute drive to the edge of Melbourne’s south east. This home is perfect for the family, retirees, investors or anyone looking for that sea change. Perfect for that coastal escape.

Please contact Dianne Ray on +61 408 034 080 or eamila dianne@dianneray1@gmail.com

to arrange an appointment to view the property or enquire about the property.

SOME INTERESTING HISTORY ABOUT WINE

Who first invented wine?
The earliest evidence of a grape-based fermented drink was found in China (c. 7000 BC), Georgia from 6000 BC, Iran from 5000 BC, and Sicily from 4000 BC. The earliest evidence of a wine production facility is the Areni-1 winery in Armenia and is at least 6100 years old.

How did wine originate?
The ancient wine production evidence dates from between 8000 B.C. and 4100 B.C., and includes an ancient winery site in Armenia, grape residue found in clay jars in Georgia, and signs of grape domestication in eastern Turkey. The people who made the first wines were of the Shulaveri-Shomu culture.

How was wine made in ancient times?
Grape juice became wine quickly because there was no refrigeration or preservatives in ancient times. … The process of making wine in Ancient Rome began immediately after the harvest with treading the grapes (often by foot), in a manner similar to the French Pigeage

What was invented first beer or wine?
“Beer came first. There was evidence of beer production that dates all the way back to the days of cavemen. Even the earliest Sumerian writings talk about beer! The earliest writings about wine are in the Bible, which comparatively is pretty new.”

What are the 4 types of wine?
There are four main types of wine, red, white, rose or blush and champagne. There are many subtypes within these groups, and different areas of the world produce varying varieties due to soil conditions and climates.

Who invented alcohol?
In India, an alcoholic beverage called sura, distilled from rice, was in use between 3000 and 2000 B.C. The Babylonians worshiped a wine goddess as early as 2700 B.C. In Greece, one of the first alcoholic beverages to gain popularity was mead, a fermented drink made from honey and water.

How did wine spread?
Wine made from domesticated grapes began to spread throughout the Mediterranean most likely due to Phoenician traders. Wine now became spread to North Africa and Southern Europe (e.g., see Figure 1). With the spread of wine, other regions began to be associated with better quality wine

What was the original purpose of alcohol?
So the history of alcohol and drinking is a fascinating part of our past. Historically, alcoholic beverages have served as sources of needed nutrients. They have been widely used for their medicinal, antiseptic, and analgesic properties. The role of such beverages as thirst quenchers is obvious.

Is it better to drink wine than beer?
Beer is conspicuously absent from these health bulletins, but it too contains a fair share of polyphenols, and seems to offer modest benefits, akin to white wine but less than red wine. Clearly, none of this gives you a free pass to binge drink, but if drank in moderation, a glass a day really may keep the doctor away.