Charm of by­gone era ev­i­dent


SET on two lots over 810sq m, this three-bed­room res­i­dence of­fers a spa­cious and stylish de­sign.

Built in 1949, the sin­gle-level house boasts an ar­ray of pe­riod de­tails in­clud­ing pol­ished floor­boards, a stucco ex­te­rior, or­nate ceil­ings and stained glass.

The property is sur­rounded by es­tab­lished and trop­i­cal gar­dens, with a charm­ing fa­cade fur­ther com­ple­mented by warm tones.

Be­yond the main en­try, a for­mal lounge has plenty of stained-glass em­bel­lished win­dows, pro­vid­ing for a light­filled in­te­rior. The ad­ja­cent din­ing room en­joys the same.

The cen­tral kitchen in­cludes tim­ber bench­tops, a gas cook­top, elec­tric oven and plenty of white cab­i­netry, while a large win­dow over­looks a court­yard.

The court­yard, ac­cessed via a door near the kitchen, of­fers a venue for out­door din­ing and en­ter­tain­ing and is framed by lush gar­dens. It also flows to the nearby car­port.

Two bed­rooms near the main en­try are both ser­viced by a cen­tral bath­room, com­plete with a com­bined bath­tub and shower.

The floor­plan continues through to an in­for­mal liv­ing area, where french doors open to a cov­ered deck and the court­yard.

The deck is also ac­ces­si­ble from the main suite, which in­cludes an en­suite with shower and a study.

This property is close to bike­ways, park­land, pub­lic trans­port, schools, bou­tiques and restaurants.

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