This picturesque Victorian residence set on a prominent corner with an in-ground pool has been intelligently renovated to offer spacious living and four bedroom plus a study accommodation in an address that epitomises Armadale's lifestyle appeal on the edge of High Street and Glenferrie Road's boutiques and cafe culture. Beyond the front courtyard, the inviting interior responds to every family requirement from natural light to indoor-outdoor living, timeless modern finishes and generously proportioned living spaces. Two sets of bi-fold doors in the open plan living and dining room draw the north facing courtyard and pool indoors; while a gas fireplace in the living area is both ambient and functional. The streamlined kitchen is elegant and well-planned with a long stone island bench with soft closing drawers, a Miele integrated dishwasher, elegant period tapware and an insinkerator. A fourth bedroom is adaptable to a sitting room if so desired; while a large study or playroom has a full width built-in desk. The main bedroom has a walk-in robe and stylish en suite with a sleek shower and stone benchtop with a counter sunk basin. The main bathroom caters to a family with both bath and shower facilities and quality finishes. A remote gate to a carport with storage, a laundry with excellent storage, plantation shutters, ducted heating and cooling and an alarm offer comprehensive modern appointments; while tall ceilings, dark polished floorboards, decorative archways and marble fireplace mantels pay homage to the home's austere origins.
|Address||Price||Property type||Sale type|
|25 Llaneast Street||4||$2,250,000||House||Sale|
|19 Glassford Street||3||$2,365,000||House||Auction|
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