Set on an elevated lane presiding over the first street off the Harbour Bridge, you’ll find a prime example of what historic Northcote Point does best.
This 3-4 bedroom, 2-storey 1920s villa has so much character and potential, with indoor-outdoor living that will get your imagination firing. From its stately position off a slip road on the ridge lined with grand Colonial homes, you’d never guess the private oasis awaiting you on the other side. Secure and fully enclosed, the property’s 705 square metre site includes a vast, flat, north-facing lawn and garden.
The open-plan kitchen and dining with polished timber floors spills onto this area, and the kitchen windows slide open to the deck, ideal for alfresco dining.
Expansive relaxation continues with generous living rooms to spread out in, 2-3 double bedrooms downstairs, and a bathroom with a claw foot bath. Wake up to views of the harbour and Sky Tower upstairs in the master with ensuite and walk-in dressing room. There’s also a separate laundry, double fireplace, heat pump, double garage plus visitor parking.
Unbeatable location-wise, you’re less than 10 minutes from the city (take the first off-ramp over the bridge), over the road from the bus stop and close to the Shore’s many beaches. Take a quick stroll for coffee at Northcote Point’s cafes, or head out for an evening at Stafford Road Wine Bar, the Engine Room or the Bridgeway Cinema. Stafford Park and playground is at the end of the street, as are some of the best views of the city.