A spectacular transformation by award-winning David Luck Architecture, this elegant Edwardian delivers a city-fringe lifestyle of family proportions with its expansive two-level floorplan and premium features throughout - all in a secluded cul-de-sac moments from Merri Creek trails and parkland. Bold and beautiful interior showcases four large bedrooms (master with WIR), deluxe ensuite and equally-stylish main bathroom - both with premium fittings and heated floors. Along with a dedicated study with built in workstation and floor-to-ceiling window, the home also boasts an expansive open-plan living/dining area bathed in natural light accompanied by a superb stone-bench kitchen complete with Miele appliances and ample cupboard space. Hydronic heating (including bathroom towel rails) and split-system air conditioning add to the appeal, along with towering ceilings, solid hardwood floors, alarm system and integrated audio, as well as discreet laundry facilities and excellent storage options throughout the home. Bi-folds reveal a substantial north-facing backyard with decked and paved entertaining areas, plus established gardens and direct access to the rear ROW. All this in an exclusive Fitzroy North neighbourhood walking distance to St Georges Road trams and Holden Street buses, cafes and shops, Capital City Trail and popular schools (Merri Creek Primary School and Fitzroy High School).
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