Expressions of Interest closing Tuesday 20th October at 5pm (unless sold prior)
Set back behind a high fence within leafy gardens this beautiful Edwardian home offers a flawless combination of classic period details and well-proportioned family living space in a sought-after Canterbury location just moments from Maling Road village. Beyond its classic facade and leadlight entry this already spacious single-level home provides scope to further enhance with a second-storey attic addition (STCA and Heritage Overlay) and currently offers 3 bedrooms including main with open fireplace, BIRs and ensuite, elegant sitting room (OFP), central family bathroom with claw foot bath and a well-equipped kitchen overlooking a family/dining room flooded with natural light and opening out to a paved pergola and private rear garden. Ideally located close to Canterbury train station, shops, cafes, parkland and zoned for Canterbury Primary and Camberwell High School, additional features include open fireplaces, a/c (main bedroom), attic storage, cellar, polished floorboards, fretted hallways, ceiling roses, double garage, and ROW at rear.
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