Exceptionally rare, this freestanding home provides unique buying in the Wollstonecraft/Waverton market. Nestled at the end of a quiet and picturesque pocket with dual street access, the home was designed by Harry Howard and built in 1988, situated on Harry Howard Reserve. Superbly updated, the result is an eye-catching display of mid-century style and contemporary luxe that is stunning. Spilling across two substantial levels to northerly facing terraces, the home offers a flexible family room/4th bedroom/home office. Stroll to Wollstonecraft or Waverton stations, village shops, Brennan Park, Crows Nest's/St Leonards shopping, cafes, schools and Mater and RNS Hospital, and the new Metro station.
- Double brick Torrens title home, exceptionally tranquil, leafy green outlook - Exposed brick feature walls, contemporary floors, exposed beams - Generous and open plan living and dining, full width upper balcony - Walls of glass open to the balcony, stunning stone designer kitchen - Miele oven, Bosch cooktop, upper level powder, reverse cycle a/c - Versatile upper level family room/4th bedroom/home office - Three large lower level bedrooms, master with ensuite and robes - Large front alfresco terrace, DLUG with storage, easy care block
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Features include: Air Conditioning, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Close to Schools, Ensuite, Floorboards, Secure Parking, Balcony, Air con, Bath
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