This simply delightful 1920’s brick home on 293sqm (approx.) with North-West aspect offers an extraordinary opportunity, providing a downsize scenario or a brilliant Armadale entry point with renovation expansion options (STCA). Amid a lush Eckersley designed garden, smartly presented proportions and modern function combine through two spacious double bedrooms with BIRs, formal sitting/third bedroom with OFP and built in bookcases, informal open plan living/dining featuring a Miele appointed kitchen, chic bathroom, second WC and laundry. All living spaces enjoy a sunny, light filled aspect, owing to the advantageous North-West orientation.
Further highlights include attic storage, high decorative ceilings, original timber floors, hydronic heating, reverse cycle cooling, security system.
On High Street’s coveted Northern side, magnificent Royal Crescent boasts a whisper quiet, blossom lined streetscape where premium period residences enjoy an idyllic neighbourhood setting with the prized advantage of easy walking access to leading local schools (including Armadale Primary, Lauriston Girls School, King David and Loretto Mandeville), city bound trains and trams, Beatty Avenue cafes and of course High Street and Glenferrie Road shopping precincts. Within these tightly held surroundings, an offering that combines stylish single level accommodation future options is exceptionally rare.
To the fullest extent permissible pursuant to applicable law, this web site and the materials are provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis. LuxuryRealEstate.com expressly disclaims all warranties of any kind, whether expressed, implied, or statutory including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. We do not warrant that this web site or the materials are completely error free, will operate without interruption, are compatible with all equipment and software configurations, free of viruses, errors, or other harmful components, or will otherwise meet your needs.