FIRST OPEN THIS SATURDAY AT 11am. Sitting proud on 607m2 with well established gardens, truly amazing trees that provide full garden coverage and in a beautiful part of Holland Park. This 95% completed 2 Story, 4 Bedroom + Study home, offers 3 Living Rooms, a fantastic back deck, 2 period bathrooms, restored art deco style original ornate plaster ceilings, and polished timber floors.
The proud owners of this home have lovingly restored the upstairs back to its former glory, added more ornate leadlight windows, and new period light fittings. They have raised and built out under adding 3 bedrooms, a beautiful bathroom, a lovely living space with reading nook, and a practical laundry that could double as a kitchenette, The home has a new roof, new wiring and new plumbing and a solar system, all the hard work has been done.
This is a reluctant sale and will be sorely missed by its family of the last 18 years. With blood sweat and tears poured into this renovation you are bound to enjoy the size, space and practicality of this ornate and beautiful home. Finish off the little bits required to reap the benefits in Value and livability. FIRST OPEN INSPECTION SATURDAY THE 9th OF NOVEMBER AT 11AM.
Features include: Air Conditioning, Heating, Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, Close to Transport, Close to Shops, Open Fire Place, Close to Schools, Floorboards, Study, Fully Fenced, Solar Panels, Study
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