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Meticulous past renovations to this brick Edwardian family residence c1920 have well and truly stood the test of time where the commitment to quality and clever design features which resulted in the home appearing in two issues of Home Beautiful in 2002 are still evident. Superbly presented with subtle period attributes including high ceilings and leadlight glass infused with contemporary internal styling. Featuring wide dark stained NZ Kauri floorboards through the hallway flanked by a study, three good-sized bedrooms, main with a box bay window, lockable WIR and ensuite, two with BIRs plus a sparkling family bathroom and laundry. The full-width rear extension incorporates a stunning dining and living area with floor-to-ceiling glass, concealed bar and incorporating a sleek marble and prestige Euro equipped kitchen opening to a slate terrace and resort-style setting around a solar/gas heated infinity pool - delivering a stylish precinct for indoor/outdoor entertaining and relaxation. Other features include video intercom, alarm, hydronic heating, ducted cooling, R/C air conditioner, surround sound, ample storage, gas mains barbeque, 15,000 litre underground water tank and garden watering, auto gate to off-street parking and optional single garage.

This stylish home is enhanced by an ultra-convenient location, moments from Victoria Park and Kew Cricket Ground. Close to some of Melbourne's finest private schools plus the Harp or Kew Junction shops including Leo's Fine Foods, Toscanos, cafes and restaurants. Also a few moments' walk to the Kew Recreation Centre and public transport options along Cotham Road or High Street - alll of which add to its undeniable lifestyle appeal.
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    Stunning Period Home with Contemporary Extension
    Stunning Period Home with Contemporary Extension
    Meticulous past renovations to this brick Edwardian family residence c1920 have well and truly stood the test of time where the commitment to quality and clever design features which resulted in the home appearing in two issues of Home Beautiful in 2002 are still evident. Superbly presented with subtle period attributes including high ceilings and leadlight glass infused with contemporary internal styling. Featuring wide dark stained NZ Kauri floorboards through the hallway flanked by a study, three good-sized bedrooms, main with a box bay window, lockable WIR and ensuite, two with BIRs plus a sparkling family bathroom and laundry. The full-width rear extension incorporates a stunning dining and living area with floor-to-ceiling glass, concealed bar and incorporating a sleek marble and prestige Euro equipped kitchen opening to a slate terrace and resort-style setting around a solar/gas heated infinity pool - delivering a stylish precinct for indoor/outdoor entertaining and relaxation. Other features include video intercom, alarm, hydronic heating, ducted cooling, R/C air conditioner, surround sound, ample storage, gas mains barbeque, 15,000 litre underground water tank and garden watering, auto gate to off-street parking and optional single garage.

    This stylish home is enhanced by an ultra-convenient location, moments from Victoria Park and Kew Cricket Ground. Close to some of Melbourne's finest private schools plus the Harp or Kew Junction shops including Leo's Fine Foods, Toscanos, cafes and restaurants. Also a few moments' walk to the Kew Recreation Centre and public transport options along Cotham Road or High Street - alll of which add to its undeniable lifestyle appeal. Due Diligence Checklist
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    $1,463,500
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    $2,950,000
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