This 1910s sandstone villa allows its owner to reap the benefits of the excellent decision-makers of the past, and enjoy this prime location, versatile floor plan and resplendent character features.
Incredible first impressions
One of 58 Northgate Street’s greatest assets becomes evident long before a prospective buyer has laid eyes on the property. The Unley Park location, scenic and convenient, provides proximity to the City and a plethora of prime schooling, shopping and eating opportunities.
The house itself is a microcosm of Unley Park; picturesque with heritage features and contemporary touches. The first impression rivals that of the locale’s, with a vibrant front yard featuring manicured gardens and azure-blue roofing cresting sandstone frontage.
Seamless and luxurious interiors
Within, four spacious bedrooms and living spaces both formal and informal, adhere to the quintessential style for a renovated classic. Polished floorboards, white walls, and tall ceilings; an elegant canvas ready to be filled with strokes of modernity or archaism.
The period aspect of the home includes character features, such as the ornamental fireplaces gleaming within bedrooms and living areas, and the ceiling roses embellishing the high ceilings.
The modern manifests itself in style, convenience and security. An elegant kitchen is teeming with stainless steel appliances, Miele oven and cooktop, spacious walk-in pantry, and a crisp, stylish convenience.
Similarly, a seamless living plan connects the indoors to a paved outdoor area, indulging open-plan living to the fullest extent.
Front and backyards are surrounded by tall, secure fencing, an electric gate allowing easy access for the owner torn between the prime locations close by, and the leisurely luxury to be found at home.
58 Northgate Street is on sale for $1.15 million, and is being represented by Josh Gillespie and Blake Scholz of Ray White Real Estate.
Images and floor plan can be viewed here.