28 Gray Street BRUNSWICK VIC
Beds: 2 Baths: 1
A little gem in Jewell
House - BRUNSWICK VIC
Located in the historic Phillipstown precinct of Brunswick, this terrace house is one of a unique group of workers cottages built around 1910. It is believed a young John Curtin spent some time staying here with his aunt.
The façade is highly intact with an original gothic style porch window, simple wrought iron fence and tessellated porch area which needs some restoration. Original tiles have been retained. The envelope of this little gem includes two bedrooms off a hallway which opens into a modern living area with sky light and a 70s renovated kitchen with an exposed brick feature wall. Beyond, there is a small bathroom with separated toilet and a laundry with a storage area that gives access to a pleasant courtyard.
The property has dual street frontage and just beyond the back gate is Temple Park, a beautifully spacious and leafy retreat with a great children’s play area, ideal for a young metro family. This is at the city end of Brunswick, close to extensive parklands, university, hospitals, shopping centres and transport options with an eight minute walk to Jewell Station. The area is becoming progressively upgraded and upmarket. Such a property does not come online often and the owner is reluctantly selling. It is currently tenanted and offers the perfect opportunity to invest, renovate or restore (STCA).
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- 2 bed
- 1 bath