Tudor goes Art Deco
Character in a leafy location, writes Tom Bowden.
AGlenelg East Tudorstyle home offers character features in a leafy location. The 1935-built home offers four bedrooms and has been decorated in an Art Deco style.
It has character features throughout including timber floors, high ornate ceilings, leadlight details, stone fireplaces, picture rails and a decorative ceiling dome.
There also is an original oven in the meals area.
Set on a fenced corner block of 770sq m, the home features a deep veranda and the front yard boasts low-maintenance landscaped gardens.
The main entry hall leads to the kitchen and dining area, situated at the rear of the home.
Double doors open from right hand side of the entry hall to the living room, which boasts a large feature fireplace.
A set of ornate bifold doors lead from this room to the formal dining room. Another set of double doors also open from this room to the home’s conservatory, complete with leadlight windows and checkerboard tiled floor, and this room also opens to one of the home’s four bedrooms. The home has four bedrooms. The master suite has a feature bay window with inset seating and storage, a built-in wardrobe and a fireplace.
The main bathroom has a toilet, bath and vanity unit and the laundry, adjacent the kitchen, has a toilet.
The sunken kitchen joins the dining room and features a stainless steel oven, gas cooktop, rangehood, overhead cupboards, double sink and a breakfast bar.
The backyard features a separate 5m x 5.6m studio, paved and decked entertaining areas, a porch and a fenced inground swimming pool.
There is also a gazebo and a double garage with dual roller door.
The home is close to the beach, Jetty Rd’s shops and restaurants.