A beautiful historic brick home in the heart of the city boasting 3 unique bedrooms, a stunning refurbished kitchen and bathroom, restored original timber flooring, elegant French doors, ornate arches, ceilings and leadlight features, Tuscan inspired gardens with quaint sitting nooks and charming entertaining area through glass bifold doors. Add the appeal of a completely separate one-bed one-bathroom cottage with its own private access perfect to bring in additional rental income and this is one appealing city property. Imagine stepping outside your front door and are already immersed in the CBD. Leave the car at home and walk to work, easily grab a weekend coffee and bring it back to enjoy soaking up the morning sun. The location is an absolute standout.
Stepping inside your leadlight feature front door, the high ceilings and abundance of natural light creates a comforting vibe. A living room to the left boasts beautiful bay windows and a feature wood burning fireplace, while your first bedroom also has an ornate fireplace and double hung windows. The second bedroom highlights a built-in robe, while the charming master bedroom also features a fireplace, walk-in robe and access to a private seating area through French doors. The 110-year-old home also houses many unique yet handy features including a dedicated drying room with hoist hanger and heating vents, an underground cellar accessed through the master bedroom and a European Laundry in the bathroom.
Care and attention to detail has gone into the kitchen's refurbishment with Tasmanian silky oat timber cabinetry with striking black interiors, Caesarstone benchtops, soft close storage drawers, Fischer and Paykel dishwasher (with timber frontage) and feature Falcon cooker. The style continues into the bathroom with matching timber vanity, floor to ceiling designer tiling, freestanding modern bath and large shower. A powder room and toilet is handy when guests are around. Wall-to-wall sliding doors off the seating room creates an open airy feel leading out onto the Blackbutt decked patio.
The backyard is the ultimate entertainer's paradise with a feature brick fireplace, undercover patio with pizza oven and is surrounded by hearty and water low maintenance gardens (with irrigation system). New ducted gas heating and evaporative cooling, a concreted and powered storage shed, side yard vehicle access and a self-contained unit with kitchen, bathroom and bedroom adds to the property's appeal.
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