34 Mahara Street Bardon
Perfect family home in whisper quiet location
Perched on the high side of the street, in a popular inner-city location is this charming character home, with two levels of living and a picturesque, established garden.
This home sits in a whisper quiet street on a roomy 564m2 block, which enjoys a leafy, green outlook and great elevation - you can wave to the Governor while enjoying wonderful cool breezes.
On the upper level, high ceilings and polished timber floors are a nod to the home's heritage, however it also feels contemporary. There are two large bedrooms on the upper level, both with built in wardrobes. They share the main bathroom, which has a shower over bath and stone benchtops. There is also a light filled study with storage near the entry that is ideal as a home office.
A separate lounge offers a quiet space to relax while at the rear of the home is the very generously sized kitchen, dining and living, opening directly onto the tiled terrace and backyard. This is a fantastic and convenient layout, with an easy connection between indoor and outdoor that is so popular with families. There's plenty of space to relax or entertain - a fire-pit at the end of the yard provides a great alfresco entertaining area, while a timber cubby house will provide hours of entertainment for youngsters. The backyard is private with established trees.
There are two large bedrooms on the lower level, plus a rumpus and second bathroom. This home has a great separation of spaces and there is also plenty of storage. Tucked away at the side of the property you'll even find the quintessential man-cave/workshop.
The location is superb - a tranquil spot that is approximately 5-min walk to Rainworth State School, close to the shops, transport and lifestyle amenities of Paddington and Rosalie.
This is a gorgeous residence offering spacious and comfortable living, however there's also loads of potential to capitalise on this location and add your own touch.
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