OVERLOOKING the lush green parklands of the Mackie Street Reserve is this well-maintained townhouse with more than 220sq m of living space.
Owners Katrina and Neil bought it as an investment property in 2004 and recently updated the home with fresh paint and new carpets and curtains.
“This has helped uplift the vibe of the property to make it a light, bright and inviting space to live in,” they said.
“The townhouse was built in 1994 and has been well maintained, with strata recently painting the external balconies, fencing and facias of the complex.”
The property is close to Victoria Park’s cafe precinct and in walking distance of schools and parks.
On the ground floor is the main living area, a spacious and airy open-plan space with room for everyday living and entertaining.
This area is joined by a kitchen with an abundance of bench space, tiled floors and a breakfast bar.
“The large living area overlooks the front courtyard and parklands, creating a tranquil surrounding that is often hard to find in the inner city,” Katrina and Neil said.
“The separate dining area or second living area is drenched in sunlight, with a glass skylight feature creating ambience and functionality.”
Up the timber staircase, there are three good-sized bedrooms with built-in robes on the top floor. The largest room has a split-system airconditioner and private access to the balcony.
The townhouse also has two bathrooms and a storage shed.
Belonging to a small complex of eight homes, residents have two parking bays and are perfectly located to make the most of easy public transport options.