The Class and sophistication of the old meets the style and feel of the new.
293 Old Canterbury Road is the perfect balance of yesterday's charm coupled with today's modern comforts and appeal.
This home offers features that you just don't see in today's constructions, these features add so much to the aesthetic and character of the property, they are what truly lifts this home into the must-have category. These are original features and scream of style, from high patterned ceilings, to jaw dropping lead lights and bay windows, There are not one but two working ornate fireplaces and stunning polished timber floorboards throughout. This home begs to be a gathering place for your friends and family to enjoy together.
293 Old Canterbury Road is set on a healthy 436 square metre parcel of land. This meticulously restored and improved property comprises four double bedrooms all with hand-crafted built-in white timber wardrobes, bay windows with built in bench and stark white crown molding throughout. These rooms will provide the perfect place to rest and relax in, perfect for a growing family or for young professionals to retreat to.
This home also has a separate office/fifth bedroom, massive oversized main bathroom, spacious modern second bathroom, oversized laundry with third toilet, and an amazing elevated open plan lounge, dining and living space that includes a stylish gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances (such as dishwasher and Chef's six burner Smeg gas stove), Caesar stone bench tops, breakfast island and a wall to wall Credenza bookcase/TV unit.
Included is fully ducted air-conditioning, a side driveway to huge double garage that can cleverly be adapted as a kids games room/retreat, underground cellar and beautifully manicured low maintenance rear gardens that offer a lovely outdoor al fresco entertaining area as well as additional storage.
293 Old Canterbury Road is situated in the prestigious Abergeldie Estate the property is literally opposite Trinity Grammar and only a short walk to Summer Hill Primary, Yeo Park, numerous local shops and the fabulous new Inner West light rail. This is a place you can set the family up in for their entire schooling lives and beyond. Make it yours !.
Feeling house proud will take on an entirely different meaning for the fortunate new owner of this breathtaking double fronted freestanding full brick period home that combines everything worthwhile from both its original era and today's contemporary world.
Contact Aris Dendrinos 0412 465 567 email@example.com and make this home yours today!
About Dulwich Hill
Located next to the vibrant communities of Marrickville and Petersham, Dulwich Hill is a popular and more peaceful neighborhood for young families, singles, and professionals. Dulwich Hill is very well serviced with local restaurants, supermarkets, pubs, cafes and all of the amenities you need, right on their doorstep.
The Streets here are quiet and lined with regal federation homes, they are shaded by well-established trees and framed with overflowing garden beds. The area has a welcoming and village-like feel, unique for an inner city suburb, which makes it a highly sought after location for home buyers.
Littered with lovely parks where kids and pets are welcome locals this area is close to the city but still provides for fun and functional outdoor escapes. To the east is Marrickville, renowned for its fun cafes, pubs and weekend produce market. To the south of the suburb is the Cooks River, lined with parks and paths for picnics and walks by the water. And just a stone’s throw to the north is Petersham, Sydney’s Portuguese hub, where charcoal chicken restaurants, patisseries, and providores draw lines out the door on weekends.
Workers commuting to the city, western suburbs or south are well connected with both roads and transport in the area. One of the biggest draw cards to this area is the Inner West Light Rail Link. This links Dulwich Hill to the surrounding area, harbour and city in a direct commute. On the light rail residents can easily reach the foodie hotspot of Leichhardt, harbourside parks of Lilyfield and Glebe, the Sydney Fish Market, and the inner city including Chinatown and Paddy’s Market.