Inner East Review
Tuesday, 5 December 2023

Light-filled and functional

Updated July 5 2022 - 11:18am, first published 6:00am
Light-filled and functional
Light-filled and functional


3 beds, 2 bath, 2 cars

This as-new three-bedroom town house is designed to allow the optimum level of natural light, with the most effective use of available space.

Sleek and contemporary, the home features separate living and dining areas on level one, with a functional terrace off the dining area, which allows for a free-flowing guest experience. A balcony off the living area provides additional outdoor space.

For the home entertainer, the modern kitchen that separates the two areas offers a larger-than-usual oven with a five-burner stove top and mirrored splashback.

The level is crowned by a pitched ceiling with windows under the roof line offering plenty of natural light during the course of the day. It is completed by a powder-room and a Euro-laundry.

The ground floor provides three double bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes, with a large ensuite off the master. The family bathroom completes the floor, with a storage area under the stairs.

The garage allows for two cars in the space of a one through a hydraulic stacking mechanism. It is a valued feature, as on-street parking permits are not available for properties built post-2003.

Biggin & Scott agent Allan Cove says that if owners do not need the second space, it is ideal for storage. "The platform can accommodate items up to 152cm high. Load your stuff on it, lower it down, store it and drive your car in on top," he says.

"The property has been a good low-maintenance investment for the current owner and would make a good rental investment for anyone else. It is also perfect for a professional couple or young family," Cove says.

It is an easy walk to Swan St and Bridge Rd, and the area's restaurant and retail precincts.


AGENT: Biggin & Scott, Richmond. Call Allan Cove 0411 528 615

Light-filled and functional
Light-filled and functional
Light-filled and functional
Light-filled and functional
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