Designer Terrace In A Family Friendly Parkside Neighbourhood
The tasteful renovation of this Victorian terrace channels a stylish Scandi aesthetic with streamlined interiors opening out to a landscaped child-friendly garden. Set in the historic 1885 Gordon Terrace row on the edge of Frank Doyle Park, the two-storey home is tucked away in a friendly neighbourhood pocket. Designed to maximise space and light, the three-bedroom home features a master bedroom opening to a sunny balcony and two stylish designer bathrooms making for comfortable family living. Just around the corner from Randwick Public School, this historic Paddington style enclave is 800m to the Govett Street Gates of Centennial Park, with close proximity to Randwick town centre and Frenchmans Road's village hub.
• Quiet parkside setting in a landmark row of Victorian homes • Streamlined interiors featuring limewashed oak floorboards • 3 upstairs bedrooms with built-in robes, ducted air-con, plush wool carpeting • Main bed with French doors to a decked iron lace balcony • Light-filled living and dining, media cabinetry, high ceilings • Sleek stone-topped gas kitchen with subway tile splashback • Casual living/dining opens to a deck and child-friendly garden • 2 stylishly appointed bathrooms, the main with a bath • Plentiful built-in storage, concealed laundry, mood lighting • Close to UNSW and the hospital precinct, minutes to beaches