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Privately and securely nestled behind a walled courtyard garden. This superb example of a freestanding, late Victorian Boom Style cottage is highlighted by its tall and ornate parapet and boasts a brilliant Kew lifestyle location. A sheer delight to enter following recent refurbishing - it features sought-after period attributes including a tessellated tile iron lacework veranda and rose coloured leadlight glass introducing an arched Baltic Pine hallway. Flowing to three zoned bedrooms, main with a WIR and ensuite and a further two positioned with a family bathroom in a split-level rear extension. Where vaulted ceilings deliver light and a spacious ambience to the living room, dining and well-appointed granite kitchen with concealed laundry and study nook. All opening to a private garden with slate paving leading to a studio, retreat or home office - providing a delightful area for alfresco entertaining. Other features include ducted heating, R/C air conditioners (main bedroom & living room), marble OFP and rear lane access.

This stylishly presented Victorian cottage will appeal to retirees scaling down or young families attracted to its outstanding location in a tree-lined street in the heart of the prized Kew private school precinct. Close to Kew Junction with its popular Leo's Fine Foods and Toscanos or Glenferrie Road's fashionable shops, restaurants, cafes and the Lido Cinema; plus nearby parklands or Cotham Road transport for easy CBD access - all the lifestyle benefits this area of Kew offers.
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James Tostevin
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    Period Styling with Contemporary Polish
    Period Styling with Contemporary Polish
    Privately and securely nestled behind a walled courtyard garden. This superb example of a freestanding, late Victorian Boom Style cottage is highlighted by its tall and ornate parapet and boasts a brilliant Kew lifestyle location. A sheer delight to enter following recent refurbishing - it features sought-after period attributes including a tessellated tile iron lacework veranda and rose coloured leadlight glass introducing an arched Baltic Pine hallway. Flowing to three zoned bedrooms, main with a WIR and ensuite and a further two positioned with a family bathroom in a split-level rear extension. Where vaulted ceilings deliver light and a spacious ambience to the living room, dining and well-appointed granite kitchen with concealed laundry and study nook. All opening to a private garden with slate paving leading to a studio, retreat or home office - providing a delightful area for alfresco entertaining. Other features include ducted heating, R/C air conditioners (main bedroom & living room), marble OFP and rear lane access.

    This stylishly presented Victorian cottage will appeal to retirees scaling down or young families attracted to its outstanding location in a tree-lined street in the heart of the prized Kew private school precinct. Close to Kew Junction with its popular Leo's Fine Foods and Toscanos or Glenferrie Road's fashionable shops, restaurants, cafes and the Lido Cinema; plus nearby parklands or Cotham Road transport for easy CBD access - all the lifestyle benefits this area of Kew offers. Due Diligence Checklist
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    $1,463,500
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    $2,200,000
    4 bedroom
    $2,950,000
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