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Charming beautifully preserved family home with two lovely garden areas on a huge (775 sqm approx.) block. The 4-5 bedroom house with two large living areas has been fully renovated and features heritage touches including leadlight windows and open fire places. The weatherboard 'inter war bungalow' with a stucco, tapered-pier porch is a classic example of the late-Edwardian era. Inside, the light-filled and airy spaces are enhanced by ornate plasterwork to the high ceilings, elaborate leadlighting and large cedar windows. The formal lounge and dining rooms have twin fireplaces with tiled and carved timber mantles. A generous-sized main bedroom has a spacious ensuite and there are a further three bedrooms, (one could be ideal as a nursery or study) all with BIRSs, plus a fully tiled family-size bathroom. A long, wide, central hallway leads to the openplan living zone with wood-fire heater and adjoining study or games room/retreat. The timber kitchen, with built-in pantry, wall-oven, gas cook-top and dishwasher, has a splendid floral-motif lead-light window. Timber French-doors, with ornate highlights and sidelights, beautifully frame the outlook to the paved alfresco dining area, garden and huge rear bungalow, almost a mirror-image of the main house, with its entrance portico and lead-light door. The bungalow is wired and plumbed, and ideal for guest or teenage accommodation or artist studio or workshop. The well-established, low-maintenance garden and lawn area is testament to thoughtful landscape planning and design and offers a private magnolia-lined haven that is lush and shady in summer, while capturing plenty of winter sun. The garden features a giant historic peppercorn tree gracing a corner of the backyard. Other features Include a good-size laundry, additional outdoor WC, ducted-heating, security lighting and remote double carport. The house has benefitted from a comprehensive renovation/restoration that included re-stumping, re-wiring, re-plumbing and re-roofing. Its two well established garden areas front and rear give the property a wonderful outlook on entry and a peaceful year-round view from the spacious family areas. A perfect location - in walking distance to both North Brighton and Gardenvale Stations, a short stroll to the boutiques and cafes of Bay Street, and close to all Brighton living has to offer including prestigious schools, beaches, shopping and dining.
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    Period Charm in Heart of Brighton
    Period Charm in Heart of Brighton
    "Inspections strictly by appointment during advertised times"

    Charming beautifully preserved family home with two lovely garden areas on a huge (775 sqm approx.) block. The 4-5 bedroom house with two large living areas has been fully renovated and features heritage touches including leadlight windows and open fire places. The weatherboard 'inter war bungalow' with a stucco, tapered-pier porch is a classic example of the late-Edwardian era. Inside, the light-filled and airy spaces are enhanced by ornate plasterwork to the high ceilings, elaborate leadlighting and large cedar windows. The formal lounge and dining rooms have twin fireplaces with tiled and carved timber mantles. A generous-sized main bedroom has a spacious ensuite and there are a further three bedrooms, (one could be ideal as a nursery or study) all with BIRSs, plus a fully tiled family-size bathroom. A long, wide, central hallway leads to the openplan living zone with wood-fire heater and adjoining study or games room/retreat. The timber kitchen, with built-in pantry, wall-oven, gas cook-top and dishwasher, has a splendid floral-motif lead-light window. Timber French-doors, with ornate highlights and sidelights, beautifully frame the outlook to the paved alfresco dining area, garden and huge rear bungalow, almost a mirror-image of the main house, with its entrance portico and lead-light door. The bungalow is wired and plumbed, and ideal for guest or teenage accommodation or artist studio or workshop. The well-established, low-maintenance garden and lawn area is testament to thoughtful landscape planning and design and offers a private magnolia-lined haven that is lush and shady in summer, while capturing plenty of winter sun. The garden features a giant historic peppercorn tree gracing a corner of the backyard. Other features Include a good-size laundry, additional outdoor WC, ducted-heating, security lighting and remote double carport. The house has benefitted from a comprehensive renovation/restoration that included re-stumping, re-wiring, re-plumbing and re-roofing. Its two well established garden areas front and rear give the property a wonderful outlook on entry and a peaceful year-round view from the spacious family areas. A perfect location - in walking distance to both North Brighton and Gardenvale Stations, a short stroll to the boutiques and cafes of Bay Street, and close to all Brighton living has to offer including prestigious schools, beaches, shopping and dining. Due Diligence Checklist
    Period Charm in Heart of Brighton
    Brighton
    Median residential price
    $2,367,500
    2 bedroom
    $935,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,200,000
    4 bedroom
    $3,390,000
    Similar suburb median prices
    2 bedroom
    $1,669,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,395,000
    4 bedroom
    $4,000,000
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