Desirably located in a lovely tree-lined street in the much sought after Wattle Park precinct - just a short stroll from local shops and cafes, within easy reach of an excellent array of schools, Riversdale Road tram, Through or Warrigal Road bus services and parklands, including easy access to Cooper Reserve. All providing exceptional additional family recreation, sporting facilities and lifestyle amenities at the doorstep.
This instantly appealing two-storey 1920s Californian family residence showcases heritage colours and period integrity throughout its interior; successfully combining the character of the original rooms and façade with the newer contemporary living and entertaining spaces. The interior delivers flexible and zoned accommodation which can be configured to suit families of all ages features polished timber floors flowing to four bedrooms, two with ensuites, two at the rear alongside a family bathroom with claw-foot bath and laundry plus an upstairs study/home office and storeroom. Living, dining and entertaining is well catered for in an expansive family room with bar and adjacent dining room serviced by a superbly equipped kitchen with prestige Smeg gourmet stove and Asko dishwasher. All flowing to a western verandah, deck and spa pool and pool bathroom. Other features include period attributes, alarm, ducted heating, R/C and wall air conditioners, ample internal & extensive under house storage, double carport plus a bike shed, playroom or storeroom and tandem off-street parking.
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