‘Quintessential Fitzroy’ home has graffiti facade and stylish interior
An edgy street-art facade concealing a Zen-inspired courtyard and stylish interior makes this home the epitome of Fitzroy.
The surprising four-bedroom home at 3/117 Argyle St has just hit the market for $1.3-$1.4 million.
Nelson Alexander Fitzroy agent Luke Chisholm said this was the “quintessential Fitzroy property”.
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“It is very unique, it is very heavily graffitied but once you close the garage door you don’t know what it is like behind,” Mr Chisholm said.
“It is unusual for it to have four bedrooms.”
He said the property had been fully renovated by the owners after they bought it about six years ago; for $742,000, according to CoreLogic.
The stylish renovation includes a suspended fireplace, custom kitchen and polished hardwood floors.
Mr Chisholm said the home got great natural light due to the double-height glass atrium courtyard.
The courtyard also doubles as a car space and the entry foyer to the home.
The ground floor of the home has the living area, bathroom and one bedroom, while upstairs are three more bedrooms, one with a balcony, and the main bathroom.
It is located in the heart of everything with Brunswick St cafes mere metres away.
The property will go to auction at 12.30pm October 12.
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