This romantic masterpiece blends old world charm and modern day convenience in one of our cities best Denmark Hill locations - High on Park Street.
From here you capture elevated views and breezes and can walk to work, or one of the many local cafes.
The home has been thoughtfully renovated for your enjoyment. The stunning kitchen with Miele appliances will impress the cook, plus the endless amount of storage space. There is a large formal lounge room to accommodate big furniture, but my favourite room has to be the rear living room off the kitchen. The full length of the room has beautiful French doors letting the light in and you can look out to the tranquil view of the leafy location.
The master bedroom is enormous and boasts a massive custom made wardrobe. There are polished floors throughout, 2 new bathrooms and a new laundry with extra storage cupboards. There's also a lovely terrace on the front, it's an ideal place to entertain with friends day and night.
Thanks to the sturdy Victorian style construction the home is extremely quiet and cool. There is air conditioning for the hotter months also and if you are a shift worker you will love this whisper quiet home and the comfort it offers.
Another exciting feature for you is the large powered shed. It has extra height for a van, remote door access and security grills to protect your toys.
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 car
- Formal lounge room
- Large powered shed
- Air conditioning
- CBD location
- Pets negotiable
- An external extension happening in April/May for the tenants use adding a 4th bedroom
- Rent: $500 per week
- Available to inspect now
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