Standing proud on Queen Street this 1920s 3-bedroom property is mesmeric. Untouched and therefore packed full of original period features - sash windows, timeless panelled doors with the addition of beamed ceilings.
The exterior showcases much of the homes original glory, the ground floor is purposefully set back protected by an intimate gated front patio. Once inside you'll marvel at the lines of sight from the front door reaching out towards the sunlight through the kitchen windows and glorious French doors leading out to the back garden. Although the houses were designed decades ago, the spacious open plan lounge dining/kitchen layout is coveted by purchasers today. In the kitchen an unexposed and commanding staircase supported by a solid crafted balustrade, will guide and glide you upwards. Upstairs you're greeted by the elegant layered landing with captivating high interior windows that connect intrigue and light from one space to another. Three charming bedrooms all enjoying views over the mature gated rear garden and ocean views across the quiet tree lined street - advocate the warmth of this very special home.
Located perfectly for community and convenience - morning coffee, al fresco breakfast and lunch taken care of courtesy of Clarence Street Eatery where locals embrace the chance of a meet and greet. Life is effortless with Little Shoal Bay, Le Roys Bush Reserve, schools, Northcote Tavern, Stafford Wine Bar and popular Bridgeway Art Deco Theatre - all just a short walk away. PLUS convenient and stress-free links to the CBD via Birkenhead ferry and Harbour Bridge for the daily commute and city nightlife.