Tra­di­tional villa built in 1900s

This blue­stone villa needs a new owner, writes Tom Bow­den.

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - Morialta Rd, Rostrevor -

AN Un­ley villa that has been in the same fam­ily for the past 40 years is look­ing for a new owner. The 1900s villa is be­ing sold to fi­nalise a de­ceased es­tate and of­fers a northerly rear as­pect on its 743sq m block.

The home has seven rooms and is cur­rently set up as three bed­rooms and a study.

The home also has a for­mal lounge­room and a large kitchen and fam­ily room.

The home of­fers 178sq m of liv­ing space and has char­ac­ter fea­tures in­clud­ing a wide hall­way, open fire­places and high ceil­ings.

There is an open-plan kitchen which fea­tures a dish­washer, oven, range­hood, dou­ble sink and am­ple cup­board and benchspace in­clud­ing over­head cup­boards.

This room is ser­viced by two air­con­di­tion­ers, one of which is a split-sys­tem unit.

The lounge room mea­sures 5.7m x 4m and has a heater set into the orig­i­nal fire­place.

Three other rooms fea­ture orig­i­nal fire­places.

The fam­ily bath­room has a shower and sep­a­rate toi­let and van­ity.

The fourth bed­room, ac­ces­si­ble from the main fam­ily room fea­tures an en­suite with shower, toi­let and van­ity unit.

The home has a sep­a­rate laun­dry which is ac­ces­si­ble via the kitchen and back­yard, and the home fea­tures both front and rear ve­ran­das.

The front yard has a lock­able gate, stone wall and an iron fence and it also fea­tures es­tab­lished trees.

The low-main­te­nance back­yard in­cludes a lawned area with a clothes line, a shade area cov­ered by a vine, and sev­eral es­tab­lished trees.

The car­port mea­sures 3.7m x 11.9m and the back­yard fea­tures a lock­able garage with two-door ac­cess, a rain­wa­ter tank and a rear shed.

The home is lo­cated close to Un­ley Oval and is also a short walk from the sub­urb’s cafes, shops and restaurants.

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