Fitzroy renovated Victorian trophy home hits the market

Fitzroy renovated Victorian trophy home hits the market
Fitzroy renovated Victorian trophy home hits the market

A three bedroom Boom period home in Fitzroy, Victoria has hit the market with $2.2 million to $2.3 million hopes.

It has been listed by Rick Daniel and Andrew Melilli from Nelson Alexander Fitzroy. 

Featuring ornate Victorian detail, the Boom period home at 43 Cecil Street has been renovated. 

Set on a 252sqm allotment, it comprises three double bedrooms, sitting room, and living/dining room opening to kitchen/laundry and European artist's courtyard.

Fitzroy renovated Victorian trophy home hits the market

Additional highlights include witty hydronic heating, double fronted tuckpointed brick facade, double glazing and reconfigured former stables.

The home is situated in a quiet neighbourhood, moments from Brunswick Street and CBD transport. 

It has been scheduled to go under the hammer on September 18. 

Fitzroy renovated Victorian trophy home hits the market

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