Graceful, elegant, grand, and splashed with stunning c1919 detail making for a truly memorable living experience for families, this breathtaking 6 bedroom + study, 3 bathroom renovated residence is an unmissable residential opportunity on an exceptional 1500 sqm (approx.) corner block.
In one of Balwyn's most sought-after streets in the Golden Mile, this sublime period abode was refurbished in 2014, while it still enjoys architectural features from the Arts and Crafts movement and retains much of its original Art Nouveau charm. Expansive formal lounge and dining zones each promise open fireplaces and versatile spaces to relax and dine with family and friends. The family and meals zone is enormous in size and enjoys a free-flowing layout, with the kitchen included in this central hub boasting natural stone, 4 metre long (approx.) island bench, stainless steel appliances, and a butler's kitchen.
The master bedroom is positioned on the ground level and has generous proportions like so much of the property, with this room enhanced by a walk-in robe and double vanity double shower ensuite. The downstairs level also features a large office with gas log fireplace, 2nd bedroom, and bathroom. Upstairs is highlighted by an enormous rumpus/games room, 4 more bedrooms with BIRs, bathroom with separate powder room, and access to a north-facing balcony.
The outside of the home is simply divine with gorgeous gardens, plenty of lawn space, entertainer's courtyard, fruit trees, and veggie patches. Other features include a large north-facing studio with kitchenette, 3.2m ceilings, laundry, mud room, hydronic heating, reverse cycle cooling, secure alarm, camera security, double glazed windows, attic storage, shed, double garage, and more off-street parking via 2 driveways.
So close to Fintona Girls' School, Camberwell Grammar School, Canterbury Girls' Secondary College, and other elite private schools, Camberwell High School, Balwyn Primary School, Balwyn Park, Belmont Park, Balwyn Shopping Centre, Camberwell and Kew Junctions shops, trams, and Canterbury Station.