Home connects past and present

Home connects past and present

This renovated brick home in Dulwich Hill on a 746sqm block is the perfect blend of period features and quality updates.

Originally an old school house, the property at 14 Abergeldie St, named Uniflora, was built c1880 and has a charming feel from the outset.

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Why everyone wants this studio with view

A tessellated path leads past the manicured front lawns and gardens up to the front porch, which is undercover and a great spot for a morning coffee.

Spread across two floors, the house enters into a hallway and branches off to the many rooms.

On the left there is a loungeroom or bedroom with fireplace, while on the right there is a combined formal living and dining space, complete with traditional fireplace and high ceilings.

The main bedroom is at the rear and has polished timber flooring and a large ensuite. It has classic double doors that open up to an entertainment deck.

The space leads down into the backyard, which has a pool, plenty of greenery and even a pond.

Back inside, the granite kitchen has timber cupboards, and a tiled splashback, with its position in the house making it perfect for hosting family and friends.

On the first floor there are three extra bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, while the main bathroom on the ground floor has a separate bath, shower and connected laundry.

Extras include water tanks, solar panels and secure off-street parking.

The house is located in a convenient spot close to schools, parkland, the train station, light rail and bus routes.


Auction: Saturday, February 9 at 9.30am

Inspect: Thursday, 5.30-6pm, Saturday, 10.30-11am

Price guide: $2.4 million

Agent: The Agency-Inner West

Contact: Shad Hassen, 0418 700 300


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