Currently used as a short stay bed & breakfast this historically significant home has options to live in the home while operating the attached self contained servants quarters as a B&B. Alternatively you could use both the house and the servants quarters as separate B&B's generating a dual income. The home was built for Stawell's first police superintendent in 1869 and has retained many of it's original features while having tasteful updates over the years. The main part of the residence features a beautiful kitchen with granite benchtops, a 900mm stainless steel cooker and a wood combustion stove, a central formal living room, four bedrooms and a tastefully renovated family bathroom with clawfoot bath. The servant's quarters incorporate another bedroom, with ensuite and a lounge room with solid fuel heating and reverse cycle split system air conditioning. Outside there is a massive 15m x 7m shed with rear lane access and established gardens watered by tanks with a 27,000 litre capacity. All this on approximately 2,400m2. For your opportunity to inspect this truly unique property please contact the selling agents today.