This enchanting home in a sought-after pocket of Deakin is only moments to the Deakin shops and offers versatile family living options. Downstairs living and dining areas are separated with a slow combustion fireplace, featuring timber French doors opening out towards the stunning garden backdrop. The ground level also features a kitchen and separate laundry, two more bedrooms, a family room (or fifth bedroom) and separate bathroom. The spiral staircase leads to the second level where the master bedroom features its own private balcony with views to Telstra tower, plus another bedroom with lovely leafy views. The home also offers ample storage options.
- Character-filled family home in blue ribbon location - Flexible living areas downstairs with optional fifth bedroom - Large master bedroom with balcony with views of the Telstra Tower - Ducted gas heating and slow combustion fireplace - Charming features include original timber frame windows - Generous storage throughout including built ins to all bedrooms - Within walking distance to Deakin shopping precinct - Close to Grammar Schools and Parliamentary Triangle - Enormous potential to renovate, improve and modernise further - 799sqm flat block boasts leafy gardens and room to entertain - Single carport with access to the backyard
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