Arguably one of St Kilda’s best kept and peaceful secrets, this solid brick, three bedroom plus open study 1920s period home is gently tucked away in a tree-lined cul de sac between the vibrancy of Carlisle Street and the soothing calm of St Kilda Botanical Gardens. A genuine haven of tranquility in the heart of so much inner bayside vitality, this is a character filled hideaway to exceed expectations.
Variously updated with the utmost of sensitivity to its original heritage, the home is introduced via an exquisite period veranda and a traditional stain glass entrance to a broad central hallway that accommodates a relaxed flow through lounge / dining with a fireplace and living where double doors extend to the home’s private outdoor living area. The kitchen / meals has been updated with a Belini oven and a Miele dishwasher, plus there is an open study, built-in robes in two bedrooms and a fireplaces in two bedrooms, as well as a laundry, family-sized bathroom, polished hardwood flooring, an alarm, central heating and air conditioning.
Walk everywhere from this super central St Kilda pocket: choose between Carlisle Street, Barkly Street, Acland Street and Fitzroy Street for an elite selection of cafes, bars and dining options, plus you have the Botanical Gardens around the corner to act as your own personal backyard away the waterfront just moments away, while Brighton Road trams and trains from Balaclava take you to the city in just a few minutes. Due Diligence Checklist