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Love this home for its fine fusion of a contemporary renovation and 1930s origins, and a desirable address near schools, Church Street, Bay Street and transport. Family-size spaciousness is enhanced with private low-maintenance outdoor living and a pool on 638 square metres of land approx. Three living zones, five bedrooms, two bathrooms and plenty of features add up to easy living, a few doors from Firbank and near Brighton Grammar and Brighton Primary School. Enter via the remote-control car gate and admire the classic portico entry, original leadlight and timeless elegance that makes this home so inviting. Today's excellence shows in the renovated kitchen with two ovens, induction cooktop, views of the gas-heated pool, outdoor servery, and Smartstone island bench. Bedrooms and bathrooms are zoned over two levels, and there's a study nook downstairs. Open fireplaces feature in two living rooms, and stacking sliding doors open onto the garden from the family room. Yesteryear elegance is revealed in the beautiful plasterwork, marble fireplace surround and feature windows. Outside is all about effortless enjoyment with Modwood decking, poolside shower, artificial turf, and undercover space for an open-air gym and bike storage. Short walk to trains, cafes and shops.
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    Family Oasis in the Heart of Brighton
    Family Oasis in the Heart of Brighton
    Love this home for its fine fusion of a contemporary renovation and 1930s origins, and a desirable address near schools, Church Street, Bay Street and transport. Family-size spaciousness is enhanced with private low-maintenance outdoor living and a pool on 638 square metres of land approx. Three living zones, five bedrooms, two bathrooms and plenty of features add up to easy living, a few doors from Firbank and near Brighton Grammar and Brighton Primary School. Enter via the remote-control car gate and admire the classic portico entry, original leadlight and timeless elegance that makes this home so inviting. Today's excellence shows in the renovated kitchen with two ovens, induction cooktop, views of the gas-heated pool, outdoor servery, and Smartstone island bench. Bedrooms and bathrooms are zoned over two levels, and there's a study nook downstairs. Open fireplaces feature in two living rooms, and stacking sliding doors open onto the garden from the family room. Yesteryear elegance is revealed in the beautiful plasterwork, marble fireplace surround and feature windows. Outside is all about effortless enjoyment with Modwood decking, poolside shower, artificial turf, and undercover space for an open-air gym and bike storage. Short walk to trains, cafes and shops. Due Diligence Checklist
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    $3,137,500
    2 bedroom
    $1,425,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,275,000
    4 bedroom
    $3,202,500
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