Turn-of-the-century Spring Hill house sold for $1.1 million

Turn-of-the-century Spring Hill house sold for $1.1 million
Turn-of-the-century Spring Hill house sold for $1.1 million

A turn-of-the-century Spring Hill house has sold for $1.1 million.

Located at 20 Gloucester Street, the 205 sqm property was built in 1880, one of the areas’ most desirable properties.

It last sold in 2011 for $1.05 million.

Renovation of the building was conducted several years ago.

It features three bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground level.

A living area, kitchenette and built-in laundry are also available on this level.

The area can also be closed off and accessed via a side entry making it ideal for a home business.

The rear of the property features timber decking along with a storage shed and astro turf area for pets.

Upstairs is the kitchen with French Industrial design such as an antique mirrored wall, granite benchtops and butler’s pantry.

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A living area combines the dining and powder room with views of the city.

The master bedroom is also on this level and runs across the front of the house and it has its own ensuite, separate walk-in robes and views of the city and surrounding landscape.

Other features includes two residents’ car parks along with two four hour visitors parking.

The property is a kilometre from the CBD and is within walking distance to restaurants and cafes.

The property was offered through Place agent Jody Green.

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