Introduced by a pretty landscaped garden lined with standard roses and box hedging this picturesque period home showcases a blend of late Victorian and early Edwardian traditional period attributes including a bull-nose, iron-lacework verandah, coloured leadlight glass, high ceilings with roses, original OFPs and Baltic Pine floors. Enhanced by its preferred northern rear aspect and location in a sought-after pocket of Kew.
The refurbished interior features an arched central hallway flanked by a sitting room with adjoining dining, two bedrooms and a pristine, sky lit family bathroom with a concealed laundry and a third main bedroom, zoned to the rear has built-in robes, ensuite plus French doors opening to the deck. A generous family living and dining room incorporating a stylish timber kitchen equipped with quality stainless steel appliances flows to a wide sun-drenched deck overlooking a paved courtyard garden, gently shaded by tall mature trees; providing a tranquil oasis for outdoor dining and entertaining. Other features of this attractive home include an alarm, ducted heating, R/C air conditioner (living), large remote double garage/storage with access from Childers Street.
Offering a wonderful inner-city lifestyle, the home is likely to attract retirees scaling down, young professionals or families attracted to the location moments from Eglinton Reserve or Victoria Park, Kew Junction shopping including the ever popular Leo's Fine Foods and Toscanos, cafes and restaurants or the forthcoming leisure centre; plus public transport options and easy access to the private school precinct or the Eastern Freeway and the CBD. Due Diligence Checklist