It takes a lot to stand out in coveted West Croydon, but this meticulously and beautifully renovated three bedroom, two bathroom bungalow punches high with a flawless revival a short dash to the train station and a short black from Joy of Flora Cafe…
Just two years ago its unkept state met a floorplan reshuffle and fresh interiors creating a home sweet home for the discerning couple or young family on a landscaped and fully fenced 624sqm block.
Its minimalist edge starts with the first of two light-filled living rooms – soft sheers, period features and grand proportions deem it up for anything, opening French doors to the beautifully reborn front porch.
Original warm Baltic pine floors throughout – a near-perfect find – are now exposed and polished against crisp whites and decorative ceilings; a fireplace mantel dominating the largest of the three double bedrooms.
Midway, the master bedroom slides back a barn-style door to walk-in robes and a fully tiled stunning ensuite with dual basins and herringbone feature tiles – a theme matched in the main suite with a floating stone-topped vanity, pendant lighting, a freestanding bath, and brushed brass fixtures.
A servery pass connects the new galley kitchen to the casual living and meals zone, where its 900mm Smeg oven, dual door/dual drawer pantry, integrated Bosch dishwasher, and double door fridge potential unpacks on a swathe of “Microstone” marble-look benchtops.
And once a tired lean-to now stretches living and dining across blonde hardwood floors – and a comfy day bed letting its repurposed vintage windows bring light in while French doors lead friends to the all-seasons deck.
Tally it up – the crowd pull, brazier pit, pet and kid-friendly irrigated lawns, a secure carport for one, extra off-street parking for four, plus a rear garage opening its floor to a cellar.
It’s the revamped retro on everyone’s list with the pick of parks, Queen Street cafés, the sounds of chooks and church bells, even happy hour at the RSL easing you into the weekend; it sums up Rosetta’s vibes with just one thing left to do – claim it!
Why you’ll love it:
– Fully renovated c1930s bungalow
– Crisp white interiors & a reimagined floorplan
– 3 double bedrooms / 2 designer bathrooms
– New galley kitchen with Smeg & Bosch appliances
– Rewired & replumbed
– Ducted evaporative cooling / gas heating
– Auto-irrigation to front & back gardens
– Carport with double gates / off-street parking for 4 + powered garage with cellar
– Walk to West Croydon train station (a 10-minute city ride)
– 10-minute stroll to Queen Street
– Close to Kilkenny Primary School
CT / 5786/275
Council / City of Charles Sturt
Zoning / RC’69
Built / 1930
Land / 624m2
Frontage / 14.63m
Council Rates / $1468.00pa
SA Water / $181.29pq
ES Levy / $149.40pa
Nearby Schools / Kilkenny Primary School, Challa Gardens P.S, Bowden Brompton Community School, Woodville H.S, Adelaide Secondary School of English
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