This charming 1920's built character home located on the prime Chelmsford Road is set to excite and provides an array of options to astute purchasers. Set on a 455 sqm block with an R40 zoning, you may choose to upgrade the existing house and extend, or look to potentially subdivide and build a fabulous architectural home at the rear.
/ Built circa 1928 / Green Title 455 sqm / R40 Zoning with potential to subdivide subject to authority approvals / Rear R.O.W. / North facing block / Brick and Iron character house / Prime pocket of Chelmsford Road / Secure parking for two cars at the rear via a remote controlled gate / Freshly painted inside / Brand new carpet to second bedroom / Air-conditioning to master bedroom and living area
With its brick and iron construction, 41 Chelmsford is arguably positioned in the best little pocket of Chelmsford Road. An upbeat home with just the right amount of history and charm, you'll love the jarrah floor boards, high ceilings and ceiling roses, spacious bedrooms, stained glass highlights, original fireplace details, fresh paint and new carpet. Not to mention, this house simply feels good.
Each of the bedrooms are large and spacious, particularly the two bedrooms facing Chelmsford Road. The main bedroom features a split-system air conditioner and both rooms ooze character.
With its cream tile detail, stove/oven unit and wood burning stove, one could easily update this kitchen whilst staying true to its vintage feel.
The bathroom with its original feature tiles also lends itself to an upgrade whilst maintaining some of its vibe, if you love it as much as we do.
For purchasers looking at their subdivision options, the current owner previously engaged renowned architects Officer Woods Architects to draft plans for a potential house at the rear. With a juxtaposition between a 1928 character house at the front and a contemporary house at the rear, 41 Chelmsford could be a stunning address to call home. There is a ROW at the rear.
The rear garden is large and secured by a remote controlled gate, which conveniently provides parking for two vehicles.
Located in such a prime Mount Lawley location, you are walking distance to Beaufort Street, Hyde Park, Northbridge and the City. This is city living at its best.
*Please note any potential subdivision is subject to all relevant authority approvals.
Council $1,559.82 pa Water $1,235.01 pa
Features include: Air conditioning,Floorboards
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Block Size:455 m²*
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