Only on the rarest of occasions does an opportunity such as this present itself. Positioned in one of Ballarat's most prestigious streets only doors from Sturt Street's best cafes and restaurants is this magnificent brick period home on a large stately block with rear access. A large formal front yard frames what is an imposing heritage home well set back from the street. A grand formal entry with leadlight windows is a wonderful introduction as you step Inside. The most ornate and spectacular cornice, architraves and pressed metal ceilings abound throughout the home as well as feature fire places and high ceilings. There are three living areas or two and a dining room, kitchen, bathroom and sunroom. A long and wide central hallway runs through the home which is also adorned by period ceiling features. The home is centrally heated. The front living room boats a curved reading space where a turret would have originally been on the roof. There are five very generous bedrooms providing a range of opportunities. This Is truly a home of grand proportions. Outside are the original solid brick stables/wash room set on what is an extensive rear yard that enjoys the feature of access from Raglan Street. The home presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of Ballarat's most spectacular central period properties with a substantial land holding.