Enjoy urban convenience and spacious living in this impressive 2-level terrace cleverly designed to maximise space and light with large rooms wrapped around a tranquil central courtyard. Behind the sandstock brick facade of the original circa 1803 worker’s cottage is a deceptively spacious home that is so much bigger than it appears from the street.
Reinvented by architect Simeon Glasson, the house features an open-plan Caesarstone gas kitchen and huge living/dining area flowing to the timber-decked courtyard. Also at entry level are the main bedroom (with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite) and a glass-walled breezeway (with library shelves) flowing to a study nook and the staircase.
Upstairs are 2 double bedrooms (both built-ins and loft study area), a fully-tiled travertine bathroom and separate laundry. Additional features include 6 metre street frontage, 3.8 metre high ceilings, polished timber floors, glass louvres, decorative fireplace, skylights and under stair storage area. Walk to everywhere including Trumper Park, Rushcutters Bay Park, Edgecliff shops and train station.
- Architect designed home spanning 2 levels
- Living/dining area flows to central courtyard
- Caesarstone gas kitchen with Miele dishwasher
- Tranquil central courtyard for alfresco living
- Glass walled breezeway/library; study nook
- Main bedroom with walk-in wardrobe & ensuite
- 2 more bedrooms, both with built-ins & loft study
- 2 fully tiled bathrooms, main with bath/shower
- Laundry with washtub; under stair storage area
- 3.8 metre high ceilings, skylights, timber floors
- Walk to Rushcutters Bay & Edgecliff shops/trains
|R&H Suburb Summary||Houses|
|Number of sales||10|
|Median Rental Price||$950 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||12 %|
|R&H Suburb Summary||Units|
|Number of sales||31|
|Median Rental Price||$635 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||6 %|