A comprehensive renovation and extension have given this period-style charmer, aptly named "Fairview", a new lease on life.
Situated on the city fringe, it's like a new home inside yet retains its period character with high decorative ceilings, open fireplaces with timber over mantles and cast iron grates and lead-light glazing to two magnificent box bay windows.
Sweeping stone steps lead to the elevated, iron-lace trimmed front verandah where you can sit and soak up stunning cathedral spire and city views or enjoy evening drinks with friends while the New Year's Eve fireworks fill the night sky in front of you.
Inside, the arched hallway shines with polished timber floors and opens to three large bedrooms with built-in robes. The main bedroom is picture-perfect where one of the box bay windows fills the room with light.
At the end of the hallway are the spacious kitchen/dining area and adjoining sitting room. The all-white, light and bright kitchen/dining is the ideal family hub with ample cabinetry, corner pantry, stainless steel appliances, a picture window over the sink, a large island bench and access to the rear garden.
The living room features the second bay window and a fireplace with a mantlepiece and gas log fire insert. The extension is home to a second living room featuring French doors to a paved sitting area, bathroom, laundry and powder room.
Outside, a lock-up carport is accessed from a private service street at the front with a terraced and brick-paved rear yard featuring the original red brick laundry now utilised as a storage/garden shed.
Enjoy top-drawer living where you can work from home, easy commute to Melbourne by train and walk to the city for shopping, dining etc., the arts precinct, private and public schools and much more from this aptly-named property.
Features include: Air conditioning,Heating,Floorboards,Fully fenced,Fireplace(s),Secure Parking
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