What a corker!!! Kept in pristine condition this amazing 2 story brick family home awaits new owner in sought after Eastern Heights. This home would have been the talk of the town with features well ahead of its time. A formal secure entry opens to double doors with cork panelling a feature which continues throughout the lower level. All original tiles have been preserved in all three bathrooms and kitchen splash back.
The very generous sized living area is serviced by the large kitchen with a continental laundry internal access from the over sized garage is perfect to unload the groceries. The downstairs bathroom is perfectly placed for convenience for this level. Party central is supplied in the huge rumpus with fire place original bar with cork panelling a built in ice box for drinks and servery through from kitchen for perfect entertaining spill out to the backyard from large sliding door.
The timber stair case leads to the upstairs living and four built-ins bedrooms the main has a walk through robe and ensuite.
A private Southern facing balcony is a fabulous retreat for a morning coffee or evening dining. A second Northern facing balcony provides a sunny winter spot. This upstairs space is light filled and delightful.
Only an inspection will truly reveal the superb design, the original decor spacious and easy living provided. Located in the Central school catchment area minutes from Silkstone Coles and in an elevated position to enjoy views and breezes.
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