Dainty Victorian family home in Surrey Hills sold

Dainty Victorian family home in Surrey Hills sold
Dainty Victorian family home in Surrey Hills sold

A dainty five-bedroom, three-bathroom Surrey Hills hpouse, just off tree-lined, sold recently at auction.

The Wells Street property, with weatherboard facade, was sold by Woodards estate agents Maria Xu and Richard Kurz for $2.95 million. 

The 780 sqm home with architecturally designed renovations and extensions, features landscaped gardens at the front.

Insidxe there's wide Woodcut engineered flooring and grand entry hall with a clay beaded chandelier. 

The split level home has a front formal lounge with colonial windows which can be used as a sitting room, a kids' play area, or even a fifth bedroom. 

The central living zone with northern orientation spills into the family room that has a gas stone fireplace, and dining zone with four-metre hight ceilings. 

The kitchen is the centrepiece of the home which is fitted with Calacatta Ors porcelain bench tops, Franke dual sink, and premium stainless steel appliances including double AEG ovens and an Asko dishwasher. 

The master ensuite bedroom is situated on the top floor and has a dressing room and private balcony. Meanwhile, the spacious guest bedroom is on the lower level with easy access to a sleek bathroom. The other two bedrooms come with built-in robes, double vanity central bathroom which has floor-to-ceiling tiling, a freestanding bath, standout laundry with a drying room, ducted heating, refrigerated cooling, plush carpet and Calacatta marble.

There are three dedicated outdoor areas including a large garden at the rear with grass space and bluestone paving, an entertaining area accessed via stacker doors from the living zone, and the sizeable front porch and garden.

The property was last sold in 2016 for $1,850,000, and first bought in 1979 for £37,000. 

The most recent five-bedroom house sold on Queen Street was for $3,720,000 in November 2019. 

 

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Victoria Surrey Hills

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