Breathtaking Proportions and Peerless Designer Sensibility

As it proudly creates a new benchmark for inspired, loft-style inner-urban town home living, this incredibly spacious, three-bedroom conversion is a home like no other. Once a part of an historical local school and now a sophisticated designer abode with a grand, New York sense of proportion, the home is nestled within a superb boutique block and is certain to inspire awe.

Architecturally renovated to the most exacting standards, no detail has been overlooked in ensuring the open-plan kitchen/dining/living is both aesthetically stunning and incredibly functional. Vaulted ceilings create a remarkable sense of space and light as black stone waterfall benches combine with SMEG and Miele appliances, a feature-tiled splash back, feature lighting, Franke tapware and copious amounts of soft-close Flume cabinetry, in a symphony of quality. Huge concertina doors create a seamless al fresco flow to a private yet sundrenched deck, whilst a generous mezzanine study further enhances the home’s credentials. One of the bedrooms enjoys a private ensuite, whilst the master bedroom exudes the feel of a retreat with enormous twin built-in robes and captivating city glimpses. Additional features in this landmark town home include a huge store room, secure intercom entry, two undercover parking spaces, central heating, refrigerated cooling, reverse cycle, a separate laundry and tennis court.

A quiet streetscape combines its leafy tranquillity with an alluring proximity to Glenferrie Rd cafes, restaurants, shops and the Lido Cinema, as well as Glenferrie Railway Station, trams everywhere, the Hawthorn Aquatic Centre and Swinburne University.

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  • 3 Bedrooms


  • 4 Bedrooms


  • 5 Bedrooms+


Hawthorn, approximately 6 kilometres east of Melbourne’s CBD, is an affluent and vibrant suburb known for its rich history, beautiful parks, and prestigious educational institutions.

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