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Behind the façade of this Edwardian brick semi-detached cottage a total transformation has taken place, resulting in
a stunning contemporary interior. Subtle period attributes have been retained in an interior imaginatively renovated with attention to detail and designer styling including white with contrasting charcoal grey and black trimmed attributes plus a preferred northern side orientation providing loads of natural light to the home.
A long, arched entrance hallway with dark stained timber floors leads to three bedrooms with BIRs, main with a sleek ensuite and a sparkling family bathroom. Through to a spectacular living precinct with dining, full-height glass and a stylish kitchen with stone bench-tops, prestige Euro appliances, adjacent laundry and study nook; flowing through bi-fold doors to a paved alfresco area with an included built in bbq with mains gas and superb elevated azure blue pool with solar heating - delivering a tranquil oasis for year round relaxing with family and friends, in complete privacy. Other features include ducted heating and cooling, OFPs, surround sound, ample internal storage including roof, utility area, cubby house, auto gate and off-street parking.
This chic Edwardian is highlighted by a brilliant interior that creates a wow factor and ideal location moments from Kew Junction shopping including Leo's Fine Foods, Toscanos, cafes, restaurants or Glenferrie Road; plus easy access to the Kew Recreation Centre, Eglinton Reserve, Yarra parklands and public transport options or the Eastern Freeway for travel to the CBD - perfect for retirees scaling down, young professionals or families.
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    An Edwardian Cottage with A Wow Factor
    An Edwardian Cottage with A Wow Factor
    Behind the façade of this Edwardian brick semi-detached cottage a total transformation has taken place, resulting in
    a stunning contemporary interior. Subtle period attributes have been retained in an interior imaginatively renovated with attention to detail and designer styling including white with contrasting charcoal grey and black trimmed attributes plus a preferred northern side orientation providing loads of natural light to the home.
    A long, arched entrance hallway with dark stained timber floors leads to three bedrooms with BIRs, main with a sleek ensuite and a sparkling family bathroom. Through to a spectacular living precinct with dining, full-height glass and a stylish kitchen with stone bench-tops, prestige Euro appliances, adjacent laundry and study nook; flowing through bi-fold doors to a paved alfresco area with an included built in bbq with mains gas and superb elevated azure blue pool with solar heating - delivering a tranquil oasis for year round relaxing with family and friends, in complete privacy. Other features include ducted heating and cooling, OFPs, surround sound, ample internal storage including roof, utility area, cubby house, auto gate and off-street parking.
    This chic Edwardian is highlighted by a brilliant interior that creates a wow factor and ideal location moments from Kew Junction shopping including Leo's Fine Foods, Toscanos, cafes, restaurants or Glenferrie Road; plus easy access to the Kew Recreation Centre, Eglinton Reserve, Yarra parklands and public transport options or the Eastern Freeway for travel to the CBD - perfect for retirees scaling down, young professionals or families. Due Diligence Checklist
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    Kew
    Median House Price
    $2,741,000
    2 bedroom
    $1,463,500
    3 bedroom
    $2,200,000
    4 bedroom
    $2,950,000
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