Enjoying its own frontage to quiet Fletcher Street in a superb Hawthorn East pocket, the sheer size of this substantial executive townhouse is an impressively spacious surprise coupled with its high-quality renovation, multiple alfresco areas and garage on title.
The impressive introduction of a high-wall garden courtyard launches a two-level layout of outstanding proportions and natural light. Just beyond the entrance, the main bedroom includes a walk-in robe and enjoys double-glazed French doors with access directly to the garden. A stylish lounge room precedes the second bedroom (BIRs) and leads to a stunning big bathroom with oval spa bath and separate shower.
The upstairs open-plan zone is expansive and designed to indulge. With a convenient powder room and study alcove, the spacious living room extends to a dining area on polished floorboards with bifold plantation shutters and double-glazed doors revealing a sunny, covered balcony. The adjoining granite and timber kitchen is perfect for entertaining with its Ilve stove, dishwasher and 42-bottle wine rack and bar unit.
Altogether a low-maintenance lifestyle scenario thats absolutely ideal, this attractive solid brick home also offers reverse-cycle air-conditioning, gas space heating, LED lighting and high ceilings in leafy location just a short stroll to all of the delights of Auburn Village and Camberwell Junction, Fritsch Holzer Park, train station, trams, schools and Swinburne University.
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