"Myrla" is a grand Victorian residence dating back to the late nineteenth century with an elevated aspect over the historic township of Beechworth. This substantial bi-chrome brick residence has been painstakingly renovated over recent years and now stands proudly as a reminder of a by-gone era. Nestled in an exquisite Victorian garden of 8,556m2 (approx) boasting two water features and an Evergreen Oak tree dating back to 1875. Retaining many original features, "Myrla" comprises up to five bedrooms, stunning formal dining room with marble over mantle, study, generously proportioned formal lounge/music room with open fire place, gourmet kitchen with magnificent granite island bench, family room, sitting room, main bedroom with sitting room, ensuite and walk in robe and all enveloped by the wide return verandas providing the very best views of Beechworth. The gardens are sublime and feature one of the most substantial pine trees in the town plus a granite smoke house, the former two storey brick stables building ripe for conversion (stca) and a workshop ideal for the home handyman.