Real Estate

Every part of this Lindisfarne property tells a story

Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-11-04 00:00:00

46 Lincoln Street, Lindisfarne. Picture: SUPPLIED

THIS home is all about the details, the comfortable lifestyle and the beauty that is on show around every corner.

It is the type of home that dates back to the early 1900s and has many a story to tell.

Even the path that leads towards the front door can spin a yarn. Its bricks were recycled from the original antique chimneys that once brought warmth into the home.

At the front of the home there is a formal living room that was originally three rooms.

This space features the only lasting fireplace from the original structure. Now fully restored, it contains a gas fire to warm winter nights.

Street appeal in spades.

Warm and welcoming.

Smart Glass has been installed in all of the street-facing windows using the original window frames to ensure a heritage look.

There are three spacious bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes with soft-close doors.

The master bedroom is incredible with its lush carpet, light bulb-style lamps that drop down from the ceiling, a large TV and beautiful blinds. The walk-in wardrobe has plenty of space, as well as LED lighting along the floor. The ensuite features a pebble-floored shower, stylish vanity and a toilet.

A fourth bedroom or home office has cupboards offering ample storage.

The spot for summer.

Absolutely fabulous.

The open-plan kitchen, living and dining room is a stunner. It features Tasmanian oak floorboards, a Smeg stove with a seven-plate gas cooktop, and an electric oven. The Caesarstone island bench doubles as a breakfast bar. There is also a walk-in pantry.

Via sliding doors from the lounge, there is a remarkable entertainment space with a large deck, comfortable couches and a barbecue.

Viewings are by private appointment only.

No.46 Lincoln Street, Lindisfarne is listed with Harcourts Signature and will be sold by expressions of interest.

Lindisfarne’s median house price grew by 10 per cent in the 12 months through July, per CoreLogic data.

On average those houses were sold in 17 days on the market.