85 Neill Street, carlton
Period charm, lifestyle location
With its period character immaculately preserved, this exquisite Victorian ‘Northumberland Cottage’ offers a rare opportunity for spacious living in a highly sought after Carlton location. Positioned on a sizeable block measuring approximately 353sqm, this elegant residence benefits from generous dimensions and refined period touches throughout.
Soaring high ceilings adorned with ornate archways and ceiling roses and spotted gum flooring greet you on entry, flowing through to the dining area featuring a fireplace and access to a private lightwell courtyard with alfresco dining space. An inviting open plan living incorporates a kitchen appointed with quality Miele appliances and opens out to a sizeable bluestone backyard, providing an outdoor entertaining area enhanced by established trees and lush greenery.
Three double bedrooms showcase decorative period elements, including ceiling roses and original fireplaces, and are equipped with built in robes. A classic central bathroom with stone vanity features an inbuilt bath and separate shower. Ample storage, ducted heating and air-conditioning, an irrigation system, CCTV, NBN, a European laundry and secure off street parking for two cars plus workshop/ shed completes the residence.
This outstanding home is situated within easy walking distance of the University of Melbourne, Lygon Street’s renowned dining and cafés including DOC Espresso, Market Lane Coffee and cultural attractions such as the Melbourne Museum, with plentiful public transport available.
Suburb Profile carlton
Carlton is located on the edge of the CBD and is a small mixed-use suburb in Melbourne's inner north. Carlton is dominated by its proximity to a number of universities including Melbourne University and RMIT and as a result is home to large numbers of students. Carlton is also a centre for health care with a number of hospitals located in and around the suburb. Carlton is also home to the Carlton Gardens which are home to the Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building.More about this suburb