Rich in period detail, this single level residence is on a north facing 655sqm block. A rare offering in this tightly held precinct, with a commanding street presence and grand proportions, it is superbly located in a tranquil street, minutes' walk to Croydon village shops, train station and in a school catchment zone of sought after schools. Greeted by a return veranda, the floor plan reveals 4 double bedrooms, the large master with fireplace and ensuite, an elegant formal lounge and dining featuring a large bay window and ornamental fireplace. A family size kitchen with island bench, adjoining casual meals area and with TV/family room which spills out to full width undercover entertaining area with feature travertine pavers. Other highlights include timber floors, as new main bathroom in period style, air conditioning, storage and expansive lawn area sunbathed in natural light. A family residence to enjoy for years to come.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Fireplace(s),Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Formal Lounge,Separate Dining
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