Period appeal in the hub of the hospital district captures the character of the 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom floor plan with an appreciation of the position and functionality of the home. Grand entrance hallway, open living area leading to kitchen with ample storage facilities, outdoor area for entertaining. With the tram at your doorstep and an easy stroll to Errol Street Village cafes and shops, North Melbourne Station, Queen Victoria Market and within the University High School catchment area.
Features include: Bath,Separate Dining Room,Balcony / Deck
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