Gabled Tu­dor manor born around 1930

You can walk to Burn­side Vil­lage, writes Tom Dougherty.

The Advertiser - Real Estate - - Manchester Circuit, Craigmore -

AFREESTONEfronted triple-gabled Tu­dor home at Lin­den Park was built circa 1930 and is set on an 836sq m block. Just off of the front en­trance hall is a liv­ing room, which has a gas heater, an air­con­di­tion­ing unit and a bay win­dow that looks out to the front.

It has a din­ing room ad­ja­cent, which has a fire­place.

A door from the din­ing room opens into the kitchen and meals room, which fea­tures a walk-in pantry.

The property has up to three bed­rooms, with a win­dow to the front and an air­con­di­tion­ing unit in the mas­ter.

The sec­ond bed­room is in the mid­dle of the home, and it has di­rect ac­cess to a study ad­ja­cent, which could be used as a third bed­room if needed.

The bath­room is sit­u­ated near the bed­rooms, and it fea­tures a bath and a sep­a­rate shower.

At the back of the property there is a laun­dry, with a toi­let ad­ja­cent.

There is also a sun­room at the back of the property, with a door out to the back­yard where a per­gola looks out over a lawn and an es­tab­lished gar­den.

There is also a sin­gle-car garage in the back­yard.

Other fea­tures of the home in­clude a rain­wa­ter tank, a clothes line, and lead­light­ing through­out.

Set on Beatty St, the property is within walk­ing dis­tance to the Burn­side Vil­lage.

There are sev­eral good schools lo­cated near the home, in­clud­ing Lin­den Park Pri­mary School, Rose Park Pri­mary School and Mar­ry­atville High School.

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