Want character? You will find it in spades in this spectacular foothills home
Surrounded by manicured gardens, a circa 1926 Tudor residence offers a sought-after lifestyle in the inner south.
The home is set on a large 3009sqm block and has a gated entrance.
You will find it at 5 Carrick Hill Drive, Mitcham.
Inside, a versatile layout with character features such as high ceilings and open fireplaces will impress.
The home has multiple living spaces throughout, including a large lounge with a fireplace, which connects to a study nook and step-down conservatory.
A second lounge and study can also be found to the left of the home.
Accommodation comprises four bedrooms, including a spacious master with an ensuite and dressing room, overlooking the well-manicured gardens.
The remaining bedrooms are serviced by two family bathrooms — one with a shower, a vanity and a toilet — while the other comes with a shower and a bath.
A country-style kitchen is set at the front of the home and features ample cupboard and bench space. It also overlooks a formal meals area with access to a guest toilet and a laundry.
Outside, plenty of lawn space awaits, as does a large terrace accessed via the conservatory or living space.
Other features include a security alarm system, ducted heating and cooling, a double garage with automated doors and storage, a greenhouse, a separate shed, and an automated watering system.
The property is just a short walk to Scotch College and Mercedes College, public transport, parks and shopping amenities.
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The four-bedroom home is on the market with Toop & Toop Real Estate. Offers close Wednesday, May 1.