23 Bath Street, st kilda
Pretty As A Picture
Hidden away in a quiet cul-de-sac, this enchanting home provides period charm and immaculate modern features. And it’s just across the road from the very private Jim Duggan Reserve.
This timeless cottage offers two spacious bedrooms off the entrance hall that leads to a modern entertainer’s kitchen, complete with European appliances including dishwasher, generous cupboard space and a double pantry. The kitchen overlooks a bright living and dining room that flows onto a gorgeous low maintenance courtyard with rear access. The bathroom is bright and well thought-out with modern fittings, shower over full size bath and laundry facilities.
Features include ornate lattice work around the covered entrance, beautiful timbers floors, tall ceilings, skylight in the hallway, ducted heating, ceiling fan in the living area, formal fireplace in the master bedroom, built-in robes, beautiful light-well and garden.
You are walking distance to shops, eateries, public transport and only minutes from the hustle and bustle of exciting St Kilda!
Pretty as a picture, this truly is a hidden treasure.
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Suburb Profile st kilda
St Kilda East is 6 km south-east of Melbourne and is one of the more diverse neighbourhoods of the City of Port Phillip. The housing stock includes larger houses and cottages from the Victorian and Edwardian eras, with a significant stock of flats and apartments from the 1960s and 1970s. The neighbourhood is of the most densely settled in the City of Port Phillip. St Kilda East is quite a different neighbourhood from the spectacle of its adjacent neighbourhood, St Kilda. St Kilda East has only one large parkland, Alma Park, through which the railway runs. There is also a cemetery, the resting place of Alfred Deakin and Albert Jacka, VC, MC and Bar, and mayor of St Kilda (1930).More about this suburb