11 Rosamond Street, Balaclava. An innovative open-plan extension & renovation by architect Tim Jackson sets this postcard pretty freestanding Victorian apart from the rest. With the emphasis on light & a laid-back lifestyle near Carlisle Street's cafe scene, it's an unexpectedly spacious standout with a timber-topped kitchen, soaring void above the living/dining room & romantic Philip Stray-designed deck wrapped in established greenery. Cathedral ceilings with opening sky windows rise above the funky mezzanine level with its sitting room, fitted study & reverse-cycle air conditioner. This stunning departure from the usual also features Nobo wall heating throughout, a claw-foot bath in the designer bathroom, floorboards, a moulded arch in the entry, high ceilings, a sensor light in the pantry, cantilevered outdoor umbrella, gas-mains barbecue connection, Rinnai temperature-controlled hot water, built-in robes in both double bedrooms, Plantation shutters, wiring for Foxtel, alarm & access to roof storage. Walk to Balaclava Station, trams, shops & a fantastic selection of cosmopolitan eateries.
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The average age is 35
Majority are Couples without children
Most residents Renting
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Employed as Professional scientific and technical services