With its elegant period character tastefully restored and enhanced by a timeless renovation by the renowned architect Maggie Edmund, this sweeping four bedroom residence is a richly welcoming family entertainer, cast within the leafy prestige of the English Counties Estate. Set within a superbly landscaped garden allotment of 743sqm (approx.), this is a rewarding family home, steeped in the traditions of the inter-war period with dual zoning for both Camberwell High School and Canterbury Girls Secondary College.
Spectacularly organised under a light-letting vaulted ceiling, the kitchen reveals a Wolf oven / cooktop and vast stone benches - including an enormous island bench - as well as a Butler's Pantry with a Miele dishwasher. Spacious open-plan living is warmed by a fireplace and seamlessly connected to a wrap-around deck that invites family friendly entertaining.
Arranged around an open fireplace and with a desk conveniently built-in, the lounge is also impressively sized, while parents are sure to relish the sanctuary of a main bedroom with its own gas fireplace and built-in TV, all flowing through walk-in robes to an en suite that highlights a double walk-in shower and a double basin vanity. Additional highlights include secure rear parking via a laneway, built-in robes in the remaining bedrooms and a huge family bathroom with a claw bath, as well as a central laundry, security alarm, ducted heating and split system air conditioning.
From this exclusive position just around the corner from Surrey Park, you can walk easily to the cafes and shops of Union Road as well as city-bound trains from Surrey Hills Railway Station, whilst the charms of Maling Road and Canterbury Railway Station are also comfortably walkable. Due Diligence Checklist