170 One Tree Hill Highway, Smiths Gully is on the market.

Step right into a scene from a fairytale at this idyllic mud-brick residence with sweeping views of the Dandenong Ranges and the town skyline.

Tucked away in Smiths Gully, 170 One Tree Hill Road is available on the market with a $1.9-$2.09m value information.

Past its storybook facade, the seven-bedroom property is unfold throughout a number of self-contained residences that includes a essential home with two wings, a guesthouse, studio and cottage.

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The listing states the spaces form “a cluster of buildings, which combine to deliver a feeling of living in your own village” on 8.09ha of land.

Jellis Craig Greensborough agent Scott Rawlings said the home was “unique”.

The home is straight out of a fairytale.

Spectacular views overlook the Dandenongs and Mt Macedon, with the city skyline in between.

This bedroom can double as a living space.

“It’s not your standard home, but for the right buyer it has so much to offer,” Mr Rawlings said.

“There’s so much privacy since the dwellings are separate to the main house; so for a family with teenagers who might want their own space, it’s perfect.”

He said the property presented plenty of rental opportunities.

“There’s a loft which isn’t currently configured as a residence but has plans and permits for a conversion into a bed and breakfast,” he said. “The guesthouse could also be used as a permanent rental.”

Spiral staircases and fireplaces feature throughout the home.

The property has ample space across its multiple residences.

Straight out of a fairytale.

While the home was built in the 1980s, the vendors have made gradual renovations in recent years to keep the home looking fresh.

“There’s been updates on the bathrooms, kitchens and they’ve also spent a lot of time on the gardens,” Mr Rawlings said.

That includes Mediterranean-style gardens and sprawling pastures, the quiet surrounds entice a continuing stream of birdlife and there’s ample area for livestock.

The property has untapped potential for rental lodging.

Mr Rawlings mentioned the retro mud-brick design might be “polarising” for some, however it additionally had a sure allure that was catching consumers’ eyes.

“Individuals come by way of and so they simply fall in love with it,” he mentioned. 

Different highlights embody spiral staircases, wooden fireplaces and an F. Pullinger wooden fireplace range.

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