A Tudor-style home in Brighton is on the market.
This romantic Tudor-style home in Brighton is perfectly charming in every way.
In a sought-after court setting, 3 Duncombe Ave offers beautiful outlooks from practically every window in the house and plenty of pockets to sit, read, rest and relax in comfort and carefree style.
The double-brick home is scheduled to be auctioned on December 1, with a pre-auction price guide of $3.4-$3.5 million.
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The property was renovated by Atkinson Pontifex.
It still has character dating back to the 1930s.
Dating to the 1930s, it was thoughtfully renovated by Atkinson Pontifex with a discerning approach to marry the character of yesteryear with modern convenience and design.
Featuring original leadlight lattice windows and whitewashed timber ceiling beams in the front rooms, this home is overflowing with features that create a homely vibe and punctuate interior spaces with plenty of personality.
Nick Johnstone agent Simone Chin said the property was set in the heart of Brighton.
“It’s for the discerning buyer, looking for the perfect location, close to the beach and Church St, but with seclusion and tranquillity,” she said.
A modern kitchen is in the open-plan living area.
Another retreat looks out to the swimming pool.
The formal lounge also has an open fireplace with a dual-sided firewood cabinet that can be accessed from inside and out.
Make your way from this cosy set-up to a spacious open-plan living and dining zone where generous use of glass ensures the space is bright and cheery and naturally inviting.
The family room adjoins a separate retreat, providing plenty of leisure options for a growing family. Both spaces are within easy reach of the skylight-lit kitchen that has a large island bench, Miele appliances, butler’s pantry and a servery window and bar to the alfresco for ease when entertaining.
It has a price guide of $3.4-$3.5 million.
There are four bedrooms at the home.
Step out to the alfresco deck and soak up the serenity of the low-maintenance landscaped garden with a solar-heated pool and spa that further boosts the entertainment appeal of this outdoor living area.
There are four generous bedrooms, including a ground-floor suite. The remaining bedrooms are zoned upstairs, where two share a luxe bathroom, while the highlight of the main-bedroom suite is an indulgent day bed.
It’s close to the Church St shops and cafes.
Other features include hydronic heating, evaporative cooling, ceiling fans, double automatic gates to a crescent-shaped driveway with room for a boat, original oak floors, a wine cellar, fully-wired Bose surround-sound system, alarm and intercom, bore-water desalination unit and ducted vacuum.
Set on about 740 sqm, and an easy stroll to Church St shops, cafes, restaurants and cinema, it’s also near Middle Brighton train station.
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