The striking black façade of an unconventional family home on the North Court spins its head for all good reasons.
4 bedroom era home 12 Hartree Street After modern remodeling, it is on the market with a price request of $ 2.2 million to $ 2.4 million.
Sam Rigopoulos, director of Jellis Craig Northcote, said the vendor has revived retro green and red weatherboards into sophisticated suburban shelters.
“Because the owner is a builder, it has been completely refurbished,” said Rigopoulos.
“The last house we sold for them had a very similar theme-it’s their style. You can stuff it so boldly, but they Is doing it really well.
“It was certainly an issue, as many people are really attracted to (black appearance).”
According to CoreLogic records, the owner bought the property for $ 1.5 million in 2018.
Beyond its dramatic street charm, it offers equally stylish interiors, including two bathrooms, an impressive living space and kitchen, and a studio with additional bedrooms.
Each room has dark details and black accents.
Sophisticated updates are far from the original wood kitchen and wooden walls of the house. All of these have been refurbished and painted white.
There is also an outdoor courtyard with a fireplace prepared for you to enjoy in any weather, as well as an established lush garden.
The property “checkmarked all boxes for family buyers,” said Rigopoulos, located in the Westgarth Elementary School and North Court High School zones on High Street, Fairfield Village, and Johnson Park. It’s nearby.
The house will be auctioned on June 26th.
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