Charisma & scale from a 1910 villa with a private studio wing up its sleeve…
There’s more to Ellen than its quintessential villa label suggests; under renovated wraps are monumental stretch and indoor/outdoor flow making this one spacious and versatile home on some 427sqm suiting its eclectic and sought-after suburb, perfectly.
Leadlight, log fires, polished boards and hit after hit of French doors all complement the 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom floorplan while sparking home business, playroom or art studio joy from a pitched roof, private wing.
Indoors-to-out is a natural progression with cottage garden reveals from virtually everywhere; none more heart-skipping than the Yeomans & Haskell custom kitchen picture window.
Pure light and potted green dominate as entertaining centres around the prep island, meals and family room – warmth radiating from its retiled log fire, sun filtering through plantation shutters and swimming beneath 3.3m ceilings.
To the winter room, a carpeted lounge with a decorative mantel, gas fire and French door sway to both the kitchen’s courtyard (and carport back entry) with a stacker door slide to the alfresco.
Here, weather sensors retract the patio roof ahead of a Provincial style quadrangle of irrigated green giving more than it demands.
A study nook links the sunlit winter room to the tiled wing, its French doors also stepping outside on a whim – ideal for clients – and supporting its cause with a kitchenette, sunny sitting zone and heritage bathroom with clawfoot tub/shower and pedestal vanity.
The home’s main bathroom (with separate WC) exudes modern classic splashed with floor-length windows, marble-look tiles and a glass-free shower.
Two front double bedrooms can both claim master status – a storage cupboard for the first, mirrored wall of robes for the 2nd, the 3rd bedroom nestling between both living zones.
From energy efficient downlighting, solar panels, split system air conditioning to 4 main rooms to its secure garaging for 2 cars; even the camper fits.
Croydon’s café scene, its train access and city reach sell themselves – look twice at Ellen, this treasure gets even better inside…
– C1910 single fronted renovated 3-bedroom villa
– Granny flat/studio (with kitchenette & 2nd bathroom)
– Yeomans & Haskell kitchen (2016)
– Decorative cornicing, roses & picture rails
– 3.3m ceilings (approx.) to main living areas
– 2nd heritage style bathroom
– Solar panel efficiency
– Pot belly stove to private wing
– Walk to the Croydon train & Queen Street’s famed cafes
– Less than 7kms to the CBD/4kms to North Adelaide
CT / 5727/960
Council / City of Charles Sturt
Zoning / RC”69
Built / 1910
Land / 427m2
Frontage / 10.06m
Council Rates / $1690.20pa
SA Water / $228.36pq
ES Levy / $66.40pa
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