122 Nicholson Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
This historically significant residence, once the home of the prominent ecclesiastical architect J.B Denny, is a Fitzroy landmark. Distinguished by opulent neo-Renaissance 2-tier arcades and a return verandah, this immaculately presented 1890s home in a commanding corner position offers large-scale family living opposite the Exhibition Building, minutes from the CBD and Brunswick Street. Substantially enlarged from its modest cottage origins (ca 1862), it boasts a highly flexible floor plan comprising up to four bedrooms; splendidly-proportioned formal sitting, living and dining rooms; stylish kitchen open to informal living/meals; 4 bathrooms, laundry, utility room and 2 cellars. Filled with light and opening to a sunny private courtyard, this magnificent city residence features Baltic floors, ornate cornice work and leadlights, alarm system and quality modern appointments.