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Beautifully renovated, c.1900 Victorian weatherboard showcases enviable style in a prime locale. Behind the undercover terrace and front entrance, Baltic pine floors open to two charming double bedrooms with built-in-robes, one with exposed brick open fireplace.

Attention to detail and quality is evident throughout this deceptively spacious residence, with contemporary features complimenting original era accents. The pristine, central bathroom presents a luxurious clawfoot bath with overhead shower and European laundry. Potentially third bedroom/study that opens out to a private timber sundeck via floor-to-ceiling glass doors. The open-plan, stainless steel kitchen offers a double sink, gas stovetop, abundant storage space and kitchen island which flows out to the expansive, light-filled dining/living area with statement fireplace. Arched French doors open to the paved courtyard entertaining area and an elevated landscaped garden interspersed with lovely, established Silver Birch trees.

Additional features include split-system heating/cooling wall unit, ducted heating, plantation shutters, period details, garden shed, car space and off-street parking. With the vibrant Kew Junction retail/dining precinct and Kew Recreation Centre at the end of the street, easy access to beautiful parklands - including Eglington Reserve - public transport, elite schools and the Eastern Freeway, this home is not to be missed. Land size: 304sqm approx.
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Partner, Licensed Agent, Auctioneer
Andrew Gibbons
Sales Executive, LEA
Shamit Verma
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    Auction time
    Saturday
    20 Aug
    11:30 am
    Inspection times
    Saturday
    13 Aug
    03:15 pm - 03:45 pm
    Ready to Move into, Renovated Victorian with OSP
    Ready to Move into, Renovated Victorian with OSP
    Beautifully renovated, c.1900 Victorian weatherboard showcases enviable style in a prime locale. Behind the undercover terrace and front entrance, Baltic pine floors open to two charming double bedrooms with built-in-robes, one with exposed brick open fireplace.

    Attention to detail and quality is evident throughout this deceptively spacious residence, with contemporary features complimenting original era accents. The pristine, central bathroom presents a luxurious clawfoot bath with overhead shower and European laundry. Potentially third bedroom/study that opens out to a private timber sundeck via floor-to-ceiling glass doors. The open-plan, stainless steel kitchen offers a double sink, gas stovetop, abundant storage space and kitchen island which flows out to the expansive, light-filled dining/living area with statement fireplace. Arched French doors open to the paved courtyard entertaining area and an elevated landscaped garden interspersed with lovely, established Silver Birch trees.

    Additional features include split-system heating/cooling wall unit, ducted heating, plantation shutters, period details, garden shed, car space and off-street parking. With the vibrant Kew Junction retail/dining precinct and Kew Recreation Centre at the end of the street, easy access to beautiful parklands - including Eglington Reserve - public transport, elite schools and the Eastern Freeway, this home is not to be missed. Land size: 304sqm approx. Due Diligence Checklist
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