Completely traditional from the front, this striking home opens to reveal interiors that are edgy and sophisticated bearing testament to an inspired architectural transformation that has bought it into the 21st century. The soaring ceilings, timber floorboards and full brick build are still there complemented by walls of glass, expanses of marble and clean contemporary lines.
Completely open, a comfortable lounge with brick fireplace adjoins the large dining and flows effortlessly through to the designer kitchen, past the casual living and out to the rear alfresco spaces. It’s a haven of natural light, uplifting and invigorating which is something not often found in a terrace. The kitchen is a culinary masterpiece wrapped in honed marble and boasting an Ilve freestanding cooker with gas cooktop. Sliders at the rear sweep open to the deck, terrace and lock up rear lane access parking.
Every room has been fashioned for modern-day living with the whole top level given over to end-of-day comfort. Each bedroom is generously proportioned including one with a stunning designer wall and the spacious master with wall of robes and French doors to the front balcony. Extra features of this desirable home include a powder room, stunning light filled bathroom, laundry, storage room and wine wall in the kitchen. Its lifestyle advantages are immense nestled in a quiet and wide street a quick stroll to the rail, Erskineville’s quaint village, bus and Erskineville Public and a quick commute to the CBD, universities and Newtown’s King Street.
|R&H Suburb Summary||Houses|
|Number of sales||69|
|Median Rental Price||$800 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||11 %|
|R&H Suburb Summary||Units|
|Number of sales||111|
|Median Rental Price||$650 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||8 %|