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The Last Great Gascoigne Opportunity

Remarkably, this romantic Edwardian era residence remains classically un-renovated throughout its evocative spaces, surrounded by a generous allotment that enjoys the natural advantage of north westerly rear aspects. An opportunity of such scale and scope would be notable anywhere in Malvern East. Situated in the heart of the Gascoigne Estate, moments from Central Park, close to tram routes to leading schools, a property offering this potential represents a uniquely rewarding opening. Traditional living and dining rooms featuring lead-light windows reflect the character of their era and are complemented by a large, original kitchen, up to six bedrooms, a separate study and two bathrooms, one downstairs, the other accompanied by the three upstairs bedrooms. Views over the tree lined streetscape, sunny rear gardens, a side drive and double garage add to the sense of possibility that defines this unforgettable, un-missable opportunity. Land: 822 sq. metres approx.

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