Part of a row of traditional Victorian terraces, this home captures the timeless elegance of the late 19th Century while ensuring the needs of modern couples and families don’t go unmet. Flowing over two levels, it features high ceilings, sleek cornices and timber floors. The formal lounge room includes a classic fireplace while the kitchen/dining room flows to the rear deck offering open plan indoor/outdoor entertaining. Boasting an enviable position, it’s a stroll to Darling Street shops, cafes and restaurants, foreshore reserves and ferry transport.
Lifestyle – This classic terrace has been elegantly and tastefully restored and refurbished for stylish contemporary living. Conveniently located, it’s an easy five minute walk to Mort Bay Park, the ferry and the cosmopolitan shopping and dining of Darling Street.
Accommodation – It contains three bedrooms with built-ins, the main with a balcony, a designer bathroom with a bath, a guest WC, a charming formal lounge, skylit dining space and a chic CaesarStone island kitchen opening to a private timber-decked courtyard garden.
Features – Enjoying easy level access, it features plantation shutters, zoned air conditioning both upstairs and downstairs, a concealed laundry and extensive cleverly integrated storage. Traditional details such as polished timber floorboards, a fireplace, high ceilings and solid timber doors.
• Formal lounge with fireplace exudes rich sense of history
• Open plan kitchen/dining enjoys a modern ambience
• Stone bench tops, state-of-the-art Bosch appliances
• Generous alfresco entertaining deck in leafy surrounds
• Bedrooms with air conditioning, main with a balcony
• Stylish light-filled fully tiled bathroom with a bathtub
• Handy second W/C, well-presented, original full brick
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|Median Rental Price||$650 p.w.|
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