Phone enquiry ID: 81941
**Viewing by Appointment**
Situated in a quiet, leafy side street in Randwick North, this two-story Federation-era house is a five minute stroll from Centennial Park, and close to three schools, two shopping centres, beautiful suburban beaches, the Race Course and public transport.
Shaded by mature trees, the front garden is enclosed behind a traditional low brick wall with a mature hedge. Steps at the side of the house lead to a covered porch over the front door, maintaining a sense of privacy.
The house was extended in the mid-1980s to comprise four bedrooms (or three bedrooms plus a bright, spacious studio /study), living and sitting rooms, an office, two bathrooms, kitchen and laundry. The architect was able to unify the old and the new with a stylish, period faade.
This home offers an adaptable space for a family or, alternatively, for a professional or retired couple. A double-height hallway covered by skylights provides a welcoming, light and airy entry that leads into the ground floor rooms and a staircase to the top bedrooms (or main bedroom and studio), small service area and bathroom.
The north-facing front rooms of the house open onto sunny balconies capturing views of the city and the suburb while a side courtyard offers a sheltered outdoor dining space. At the rear, there is a bricked terrace with garden beds and space for one car. Street parking is also available.
This is a property for the buyer who wants character and charm blended with well-designed modern spaces to provide a comfortable home.