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Retaining all the hallmarks of Victorian era elegance, and perfectly positioned in a prized Brighton neighbourhood, this grandly proportioned 3-bedroom solid-brick residence, with northerly-facing rear aspect, is poised for an inspiring future. Cherished by the same family for 60 years, in a heritage-belt street flanked by four sister-properties privileged with private rear laneway vehicle access, 'Parnaroo' (circa 1896) has plenty of scope and space for a luxurious 21st century reimagining.

Rich in original features, the street appeal is strong with polychromatic brick work around the bay window and entry facade, which is framed with iron lacework over a tessellated tiled verandah. The majestic proportions and built-to-last craftsmanship are revealed once stepping inside to the wide, central hallway with plasterwork arches, decorative cornices and ceiling roses adorning the towering ceilings. The original rooms, all leading off the hallway, include a formal lounge and dining room with bay window overlooking the front garden, and three bedrooms, including the main, that are all generous in size and with unique heritage features. There is a delightful modern family bathroom, with bath and separate shower, and a bright and spacious kitchen and diner that overlooks the sun-drenched north-facing paved rear garden. Opening from the third bedroom (or study), the family room with glass doors leading to a covered rear terrace, forms part of a circa 1970s extension, that also included the large double garage with lockable roller door, accessed via a remote-operated roller door to the rear laneway. There is also a lockable workshop.

Perfectly liveable now, but with unlimited potential for an incredible transformation including an upper level (STCA), this home, with gas central heating, on a 519sqm (approx.) block offers a rare opportunity for a new family to add their own chapter to this chronicle of Brighton history. In a blissful, family friendly location, Bay Street boutiques, cafes, North Brighton train station, cinema and leading schools including Brighton Grammar, Star of the Sea College and Firbank Grammar are just a short walk away. It is also an easy stroll to the Golden Mile beachfront, Bay Trail, sports fields, and recreational reserves.
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    'Parnaroo' Circa 1896
    'Parnaroo' Circa 1896
    Retaining all the hallmarks of Victorian era elegance, and perfectly positioned in a prized Brighton neighbourhood, this grandly proportioned 3-bedroom solid-brick residence, with northerly-facing rear aspect, is poised for an inspiring future. Cherished by the same family for 60 years, in a heritage-belt street flanked by four sister-properties privileged with private rear laneway vehicle access, 'Parnaroo' (circa 1896) has plenty of scope and space for a luxurious 21st century reimagining.

    Rich in original features, the street appeal is strong with polychromatic brick work around the bay window and entry facade, which is framed with iron lacework over a tessellated tiled verandah. The majestic proportions and built-to-last craftsmanship are revealed once stepping inside to the wide, central hallway with plasterwork arches, decorative cornices and ceiling roses adorning the towering ceilings. The original rooms, all leading off the hallway, include a formal lounge and dining room with bay window overlooking the front garden, and three bedrooms, including the main, that are all generous in size and with unique heritage features. There is a delightful modern family bathroom, with bath and separate shower, and a bright and spacious kitchen and diner that overlooks the sun-drenched north-facing paved rear garden. Opening from the third bedroom (or study), the family room with glass doors leading to a covered rear terrace, forms part of a circa 1970s extension, that also included the large double garage with lockable roller door, accessed via a remote-operated roller door to the rear laneway. There is also a lockable workshop.

    Perfectly liveable now, but with unlimited potential for an incredible transformation including an upper level (STCA), this home, with gas central heating, on a 519sqm (approx.) block offers a rare opportunity for a new family to add their own chapter to this chronicle of Brighton history. In a blissful, family friendly location, Bay Street boutiques, cafes, North Brighton train station, cinema and leading schools including Brighton Grammar, Star of the Sea College and Firbank Grammar are just a short walk away. It is also an easy stroll to the Golden Mile beachfront, Bay Trail, sports fields, and recreational reserves. Due Diligence Checklist
    'Parnaroo' Circa 1896
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    Brighton
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    2 bedroom
    $958,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,250,000
    4 bedroom
    $3,430,000
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