Nestled discreetly behind its block mate on a superbly landscaped site, this distinctively fine dual occupancy residence has both old-world charm & the mod cons that make life easier to enjoy today. The shared asphalt driveway with brick edging & ornamented by sacred bamboo hedging sets the scene of promise. At the end, a Grecian-style pillared portico magnificently enhances the entrance, with the red brick facade & lichen-covered terracotta roof tiles complementing its street appeal even more. Nearby, a well-grown fruit tree & pair of rosemary bushes offer produce possibilities for new occupants.
Crossing the threshold into a bright, solar-oriented & spacious open plan living area with excellent privacy should appeal to the majority. With the addition of ornate art deco-style cornices, Tasmanian oak timber flooring, 2.7 metre height ceilings, cedar blinds & mushroom-hued walls - it's very likely some lucky person or couple is going to be on an aesthetic real estate journey that involves peace & tranquility. With the ducted gas heating, wall-mounted split system air conditioning & ceiling fans throughout, they could be on a temperate winner.
A well-designed kitchen offers attractive pewter-coloured cabinetry, overhead cupboards, soft-green glass splashbacks, quality benchtops, stainless steel D-bar handles, Smeg wall oven & same brand 5-burner gas hot plates, plus a Bosch dishwasher. This vital room harnesses the morning sunlight via an east-facing window that overlooks a mature pittosporum hedge.
A long, central, carpeted hallway leads to 3 double-size bedrooms, with the main at the end much larger than average; all have built-in robes, cedar venetians & lush carpeting. As well, the main bathroom, full-size laundry with broom cupboard & external access, separate WC, & the internal access point of the double garage under roofline, all conveniently branch off this hallway.
Refreshingly styled in its avoidance of white, the designer bathroom is a wonderful example of how well strong & muted colours may work together – a chocolate feature wall tiled to the ceiling contrasts tastefully with the remaining beige walls & checkerboard floors. Stylishly, the vintage tapware marries well with the invitingly deep bathtub & upmarket, storage-providing vanity unit. A slightly more compact ensuite trendily mirrors this bathroom's mode.
A relative blank canvass best describes the minimal maintenance, sunny outdoor space – charcoal textured tanbark keeps the weeds at bay, there's a nice level patio for alfresco dining, a few plants, & excellent future potential.
If you are on a quest for a character-filled townhouse-alternative property in an exceptionally sought-after Inner South suburb, your search may be over. Ideally suited to retirees, busy professionals or investors, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Contact the agent today.