Flat allotment of 431sqm (approx.) and zoned NR2 with no heritage overlay offering potential to redevelop at a later stage (STCA). Superbly situated in the coveted Sackville Ward, this charming 1920's freestanding home has been intelligently renovated harmoniously combining its heritage appeal with light-filled designer spaces. Entrance hall and three inviting bedrooms, main with beautiful bay window and window seat, precede the north facing light filled open-plan living and dining spaces accompanied by a fully-equipped CaesarStone Kitchen with quality appliances including double door fridge and separate VINTEC wine store. Floor to ceiling doors introduce an elevated deck and picturesque garden, ideal for outdoor enjoyment. Also features stylish bathroom, separate laundry, glossy polished boards, leadlight windows, Daikin heating/cooling, two water tanks and garden shed.
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