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Soaring over two levels, this impressive two-bedroom, two-bathroom dwelling by Kennedy Nolan Architects has recently won the 2021 Victorian Architecture Award. It has a bedroom downstairs with high ceiling, with the flexibility to be alternatively used as a work from home office. Featuring a bathroom downstairs for convenience and impressive curved wall detail, the possibilities are endless.
Interior design has been enhanced by artisans such as IN-TERIA, who designed the handmade timber door hardware, and the famous Cherry pendant light by DANIEL EMMA. Externally, the building blends into the North Melbourne landscape with red pressed clay bricks by Krause in Stawell giving an earthy texture to the structure - a nod to the industrial history of the local area.
The floor space upstairs is expansive, featuring an open plan living room that extends to the undercover balcony, providing outdoor living opportunities. North facing double glazed windows bring in the northern light, while cross-flow ventilation through openable windows on three sides allows a fresh breeze through the full length of the residence. Both passive sustainable design features eliminate the need for artificial lighting during the day and reduce cooling requirements of the dwelling.
Slate flooring is featured throughout, together with a beautifully appointed kitchen featuring Signorino terrazzo benchtops and splashbacks. The dining area has space for the largest entertainers dining table that will nestle under the bespoke Cherry pendant light.
Practical comforts include a pull-out pantry, bespoke kitchen cabinetry, Swiss V-ZUG appliances, ample storage, video intercom entry, concealed heating and cooling system, and double glazing throughout.
The master bedroom features two sliding doors with generous timber accented floor-to-ceiling built-in robes. The separate master bathroom incorporates bath-over-shower, a muted colour palette, and high quality Brodware fixtures and fittings.
Lothian Street's location, being close to Errol Street in the heart of old North Melbourne, is the perfect urban village with a post office, supermarket, Town Hall - and the best of Melbourne's cafes and restaurants including Auction Rooms and Mork amidst many others. Even closer is the famous cake shop Beatrix, located just a 5-minute walk away.
This is a rare affordable entry into this beautiful and considered bespoke development designed by Kennedy Nolan Architects.
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