David Bromley lists two renovated homes in Victoria’s Spa Country

The Daylesford home includes a studio.

Artist David Bromley and his wife, Yuge, a fashion designer, are selling two renovated homes just out of Melbourne.

In Daylesford, a holding across 2500 square metres on Ballan Daylesford Road, is for sale asking $850,000.

The residence is configured with three living and dining areas, a two-room kitchen, two bathrooms and two bedrooms. It also includes a garage, vegetable patch and studio with the potential to be self-contained accommodation.

This home, about 110 kilometres north-east from the CBD, cost the vendors $550,000 just over a year ago.

Four kilometres north again, in Hepburn Springs, the pair have listed a three bedroom home for $650,000.

On an elevated 823 sqm block, the Main Road home, which cost the Bromleys $400,000 in 2016, has “seventies spaciousness” – according to the advertisement.

The kitchen of the Hepburn Springs home.

Split level, it includes three bedrooms – two of which are connected by a “hidden link”.

The home’s living area offers views to Mount Franklin and Hepburn Regional Park. It is surrounded by a series of “outdoor living centres” in the garden.

McQueen Real Estate director Kim McQueen is marketing both properties to full time residents, holiday home seekers, investors, or those seeking a unique accommodation venue.

Buyers will have the option to acquire artworks currently furnished throughout the homes.

An outdoor area of the Hepburn Springs home.

Last year, the Bromleys sold historic Daylesford home Wyuna for about $1.7 million. The couple bought the 13-bedroom former boarding house and aged care facility sight-unseen in 2012 for $750,000 before undertaking a renovation.

Marc Pallisco

A freelance property writer and analyst, Marc is a co-founder of realestatesource.com.au.

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