Behind a tall picket fence and a picturesque Victorian façade, this vast home is a surprise package of modern living renovated to capture all the available space and light. In a family friendly location that's in the sought after Albert Park College zone and over the road to a delightful playground.
Boasting a large open plan living zone anchored by a dramatic gas fireplace and illuminated by a wall of windows onto a low maintenance yard that's artistically lined with natural wood. Overlooked by a seamless stone kitchen with a full suite of Smeg appliances (gas cooking and DW) and a butler's pantry - perfect to tuck away the mess. Two bright ground floor bedrooms are served by a central bathroom with walk in shower.
Travel upstairs via a sculptural staircase to the crown of this spacious residence a true parent's retreat. Featuring a generous northern terrace to enjoy some private sunbaking or the mesmerising city view, his and her robes and a luxurious ensuite with a freestanding bathtub strategically placed to enjoy the city vista while you soak.
Finished with many modern and thoughtful comforts including heating and cooling throughout, outdoor rinse shower, auto lighting to bathrooms and pantry, auto shades throughout, roof storage, video intercom smart system to front gate, alarm, CCTV and keyless touchpad entry.
Step out to Lyell Iffla Reserve and community garden just over the road or take a stroll to St Vincent Gardens or Albert Park Lake. Choose between South Melbourne Market, Park Street, Victoria Avenue and Bay Street villages for shopping, cafes and restaurants. Also close to Albert Park Primary School, public transport and minutes from Melbourne's CBD.
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Block Size:136 m²*
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