Description: Architecturally extended to make the most of its prized position on the fringe of Tusmore Park is a home with a future as bright as its past on some 801rare square metres.
The past lives and breathes through a 50s-built, 4-bedroom home that was so cleverly extended in 80s.
The extension is best served at the rear, where perfectly placed picture windows inhale light in spades and large glimpses of First Creek and an ancient Morton Bay Fig tree.
As it stands, the floorplan offers a footprint spanning some 280 square metres (approx.), and includes multiple formal and informal living spaces.
The master bedroom finds refuge and those serene park views at the rear, while three more bedrooms find their own solitude at the front of a home that is as strong as an ox.
And it's that robust canvas that paints such a rosy future...
Original pine waits patiently under the carpets - exposing them will transform it all and add serious value in one breath.
The timber-laden galley kitchen is neat and nostalgic, but is surely destined for a new dawn. This will be fun.
All the while, subtly split levels and those inspired windows will remain to remind you that this is no ordinary canvas.
And with the potential for a rare sub-division (STCC) on the doorstep of Marryatville High School, Loreto College, Burnside Village and Tusmore Park, this is no ordinary block...and the brightest future.
And there's more:
- Solid brick construction with 3.1m-high ceilings
- Ensuite to master bedroom
- Huge, converted triple garage with remote entry, insulation and the scope to make it another living area
- Reverse cycle ducted heating and cooling, plus combustion fire to family room
- Expansive dining room with bay window
- Large formal lounge room with built-in bookcase
- Automatic watering to beautifully presented gardens
- Alfresco entertaining area/pergola
- Dishwasher to kitchen
- Storage galore - built-in robes and linen presses throughout
- Walking distance from Woolworths, Marryatville