ART DECO STYLE WITH MOD CONS
BUYERS who appreciate the beauty of the Art Deco movement but also want the modcons will find it hard not to fall in love with 4 Vista Street.
A lot of care has been taken to preserve much of the 1939 character home’s original features, including high decorative ceilings, ornate cornices, polished timber floors, leadlight windows, picture rails, two fireplaces and even a clawfoot bath.
The hallmarks of the period extend to the layout as well, such as in the generous king- sized bedrooms.
But a clearly contemporary and complementary renovation has added to the home’s appeal, starting with the modern kitchen.
This is a true dream and features sleek white cabinetry, stainless steel cooking appliances including a 900mm gas stove, a semi-integrated dishwasher and a breakfast bar with waterfall edge.
This connects to the dining room with fireplace and also overlooks a very spacious sunken lounge, which flows easily out to the alfresco entertaining area and lawns.
Out here, towards the rear of the block, there is a separate airconditioned studio that is perfect for the creative types, teenagers or guests.
The bedrooms are well separated with the three minor ones toward the front of the home.
The master bedroom comes with a walk-in robe and ensuite.
Completing the home are the laundry, a separate toilet, and an outside storeroom.