Transformed Essendon home Kildare sells

Transformed Essendon home Kildare sells
Transformed Essendon home Kildare sells

Kildare, a 1900s Essendon home that has been transformed by its architect owner, has sold.

The vendor only retained the facade of the home, and renovated and extended the rear into a fully customised family home.

Julia Murphy from McDonald Upton had a $3 million to $3.3 million guide.

The multi-level home at 27 Richardson Street comprises four bedrooms, multi-zoned living spaces, sitting room/home office and fully appointed Gaggenau kitchen. 

Transformed Essendon home Kildare sells

Other features include outdoor entertainment terrace, salt-water pool, rear lane-way access and off-street parking for up to five cars.

The architect-owner has renovated its Kildare’s period facade.

Transformed Essendon home Kildare sells

It is close to Essendon Station, Mt Alexander Road tram lines, the area’s premier schools and amenity-rich North Essendon Village.

The suburb's median house price sits at $1.4 million, according to CoreLogic. 

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