This charming single-fronted Victorian home is well located within 8min walk to Ascot Vale metro train station for an easy commute into the Melbourne CBD. and situated to nearby restaurants, cafes and shopping.
This characteristic original floor plan remains intact and comprises of a welcoming hallway that has been freshly painted and offers two double bedrooms with built-in robes alongside an original ornamental fireplace., before introducing you a central living room that is attached to an open dining area, highlighted by its split system, this follows through to a functional kitchen with newly installed gas appliance.
Other features of this property include a rear light-filled sunroom to use as your home office before leading into the bathroom/laundry area with access a neat and tidy courtyard for entertaining of these warm summer evenings.
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