Veiled in sublime native surroundings sits a charismatic north facing 1950's restored Tudor styled cottage on approximately 5800 sqm in the elite Old Mornington Road area. This historic home was designed by J.A.K.C. Stark of Queen Street, Melbourne in 1951 for Tom P. Farrell Esq. of Mt Eliza with an enchanting history of a nostalgic gentleman's cigar room and hosting many charity open days. 3/4 bedrooms/study, 2 bathrooms and open plan living make this a wonderful entertaining home as well as an ideal family home. French doors opens onto a large entrance hall with the original cast iron spiral stairway leading to a fourth attic bedroom or study. A stunning dark oak galley kitchen with room for a full size double refrigerator, includes Miele appliances and black stone bench-tops. Fabulous French concertina doors lead to a huge deck and a 15/16 metre gas heated lap pool and spa. 15 and 20 ft. vaulted ceilings, two fireplaces and five sets of French doors that run along the front of the property make this a unique property. Original 1951 pine floorboards run throughout the home as well as the original sash and Tudor windows. Only five minutes' walk to Toorak College, walking distance to the village and bus stops, and close to the Davey's Bay Yacht Club. This is an opportunity to purchase a rare find presenting many possibilities for the astute purchaser.