Expressions of Interest Closing Tuesday 25th August at 5:00pm
An outstanding family lifestyle with flexibility in a prestigious Prospect Hill Precinct cul-de-sac characterises the remarkable appeal of 'Oulton' c1890. Gracing a wide, tree-lined heritage street with its beautiful slate-roof, double-fronted façade, this superb single-level Victorian villa combines classic period elegance and contemporary expansion in a tranquil garden setting near a host of leading schools. If there's one element of 'Oulton' that perfectly illustrates its desirability as an exceptional family home, it is the versatility of a spacious layout designed to adapt to ever-changing needs. Nestled on a 790 sqm allotment (approx.) with rear laneway access, this attractive block-fronted residence of impressive interior proportions includes 3 large bedrooms with the option of more plus a separate 2-room studio with bathroom. The glorious main bedroom in a projecting garden-set bay boasts walk-in robe and stunning ensuite showcasing a magnificent pressed metal ceiling and fireplace that are a feature throughout. Both the formal sitting and dining rooms are possible bedrooms matched by an expansive open-plan family living and dining zone (HeatnGlo gas FP, Blackbutt floors) adjoining a sweeping entertainment deck with retractable awning and secure rear garden. The streamlined stone-topped kitchen is decidedly gourmet with its Bosch and Siemens stainless-steel appliances (double-ovens), while there's an arched hallway, family bathroom, powder room, laundry plus central heating, air-conditioning, alarm and rainwater tank/irrigation. Including automatic gate off-street parking and potential to reconvert the studio with roller door into a rear garage, 'Oulton' presents a wonderful opportunity tailored to flexible indoor-outdoor family enjoyment in a highly-coveted pocket within walking distance to numerous schools, Camberwell Junction, Maling Road, East Camberwell train station, trams and surrounding parklands.
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