You’d never guess what lies behind the unassuming facade of 56 Victoria Ave, Albert Park.
Don’t be fooled by this Albert Park terrace’s quaint facade — there’s more to the home than meets the eye.
A striking two-storey contemporary extension takes the transformed single-fronted Victorian at 56 Victoria Ave to another level at the rear.
The surprise packet is up for grabs with a $3.2-$3.4 million price guide.
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The spectacular extension at 56 Victoria St.
A two-car garage is on the other side of the courtyard.
The work of award-winning architects Jackson Clements Burrows contains a sleek open-plan living and dining room that’s laid with bluestone flooring, features a Calacatta marble and Miele kitchen and flows seamlessly via stackable sliding doors out to a courtyard and two-car garage.
The Agency partner Michael Paproth said the latter feature was rare for Albert Park.
“Looks are completely deceiving from the front,” he said, adding the reno was carried out by the home’s previous owners about six years ago.
Inside 56 Victoria Ave.
The property has a $3.2-$3.4 million price guide.
The four bedrooms are split between the two storeys, with the main serviced by a luxe ensuite.
The property’s expressions of interest campaign closes December 17.
Period charm has been retained at the home.