Positioned down the quintessential country lane, this red brick miner’s cottage circa 1863 is unique as it sits quietly overlooking a bend in Campbells Creek. Entry from the verandah into the front living room with a gas log fire set into the original fireplace, two bedrooms, second central living room with original fireplace leading to the large kitchen and dining area with French doors opening to the courtyard. At the rear is a bathroom and laundry opening to the back verandah and a productive garden. A single carport and shed with concrete floor positioned to the side of the home connect via a vine covered walkway. Original period features throughout include high ceilings, sash timber windows, timber ceilings. Situated on a 700 sqm (approx) corner allotment, close to Campbells Creek shops, schools and only minutes from the centre of Castlemaine, this is a hidden gem.