28 Kinsale Street, Reservoir VIC 3073
Timeless Californian Character with Expanded Versatility
"HILLGROVE" - on a substantial block of land with gorgeous garden surrounds, this captivating period home presents an exceptional family lifestyle opportunity with its flexible floorplan, terrific living/entertaining spaces and prime position in one of the area's favourite streets. Filled with natural light, the home's previously-extended interior comprises three bedrooms (two large) all with built-in robes, together with a spotless central bathroom and additional powder room (second WC). Adding to its family appeal is a spacious front lounge and dining room with gas-coal fireplace leading through to the timber-cabinet kitchen with Lofra oven and versatile open living/meals area to the rear. Other stand-out features of the home include ducted heating and split-system air conditioning for year-round comfort, high ceilings and solid timber floors, as well as a family-sized laundry and large attic-style studio/storeroom via retractable ladder. Double doors reveal a wide rear deck and brick-paved entertaining area (both undercover), plus an expansive backyard oasis with established gardens and trees, built-in BBQ, large workshop and front carport. Walking distance to local shops and eateries along with the open spaces of Edwardes Lake Park, it's also close to Crispe Park, Gilbert Road buses and trams, as well as Regent Village cafes, Edwardes Street shopping precinct and Reservoir Station.
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Dealing with Michell was just like…talking with an old friend.
Review by Trish