Re-claimed redbrick creates perfect first impressions of this West Footscray townhouse.
The street cred of this suburb seems to rise by the hour and the striking design and finish – both inside and out – of this on-trend townhouse ties in perfectly with this suburb’s personality and story.
- Sweeney Inner West: 9689 8388
- Price: $690,000 – $740,000
- Auction: October 27 at 2pm
- Find out more about this property on domain.com.au
Palmerston Street is a great place to call home, blending a mix of original and renovated Edwardians and well-designed townhouse developments.
This month-old property begins with an artful entrance with Tasmanian oak timber panelling set against the standout brickwork. The common side drive (this property one of four) is wide and finished in concrete aggregate, creating a sleek entrance.
The single garage/carport doubles as a pergola and its panelling, painted a complementary hue, adds to the sophisticated feel that extends throughout the entire property.
The kitchen has stone benches, soft-closing cabinetry referencing the ’80s resurgence in styling and new Bosch appliances including a 900mm stainless-steel oven and a matching dishwasher.
Over-sized concrete-finish porcelain tiles look fabulous set against white walls and high downlit ceilings.
Black aluminium sliding doors open to a great paved courtyard.
The garden has a sprinkler system, fed by rainwater from the tank.
A great-sized lounge and meals area leads to a family-large laundry with good storage and stone benches.
There is a powder room for guests.
Ducted heating and two split-systems keeps everything moderate no matter the weather outside.
Up exposed timber stairs, find a handy study nook with charcoal carpet.
Two great-sized bedrooms dovetail the study, both with built-in robes and on-trend en suites featuring black framed showers, full height porcelain tiles, soft-closing black cabinetry and pendant lighting.
This is a great house for a young family, a professional couple or even as a high-end investment property that looks like it’d basically rent itself.
Being West Footscray, it’s close to everything including Tottenham station and Central West shopping centre.