1 Stafford Street, preston
Art Deco Charm and Beauty
Flaunting timeless charm and character, this 'Old English style' home will inspire you with its art deco features, such as ornate ceilings, leadlight windows, timber wall panelling, doors and picture rails, effortlessly displayed throughout.
Prior to stepping through the home's arched portico one gets a stunning view of the city from its front garden. Once inside, the entrance hall leads you to the spacious living room and adjoining formal dining room both of which feature an open fire place.
There is a total of four bedrooms, serviced by the central bathroom complete with bath.
Plenty of cupboards and a dishwasher have been fitted into the open kitchen providing abundant family-sized space for meals plus a sitting/study area.
In the backyard, there's the external laundry, covered outdoor area for barbequing, sheds, four car garage and rear laneway access.
This classic home, resting on a corner allotment will delight buyers with a fondness for period homes and a premier location that's handy to shops, cafes, schools, public transport, Merri Creek Trail and Preston Market.
Agent: Woodards Thornbury
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Suburb Profile preston
Preston is located 9 km north-east of the CBD. Bounded by the Merri Creek in the west and the Darebin Creek in the east Preston is a mixed use suburb in Melbourne's north. The suburb features a significant commercial district along High Street while the eastern regions features a significant amount of light industry. It is also a multicultural suburb with large Greek and Italian communities. Preston also features Northland Shopping Centre and the Northern Melbourne Institue of TAFE - Preston Campus.More about this suburb