75 Ingrams Street, Analysis is in the marketplace with a $1.5-$1.6m value information.


An Alistair Knox unique constructed within the Nineteen Seventies is up for grabs in Melbourne’s northeast, however the well-known mud-brick design has been reimagined with a recent twist.

The three-bedroom property at 75 Ingrams Road, Research, is in the marketplace with a $1.5-$1.6m value information.

Jellis Craig Eltham director Aaron Yeats stated the present homeowners had up to date the property, mixing the traditional structure with new eclectic and pure finishes.

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Uncovered brick and pure wooden give the house its earthy really feel.


A centrepiece of the renovation is the stone rangehood masking.



“One of the vendors is actually an interior designer by trade and has done a wonderful job on the renovation,” Mr Yeats said.

“A lot of the time these mud-brick homes get left completely original, but this one is a little more unique.”

A highlight of the renovation is the kitchen, where an original fireplace has been transformed into a stone feature that also doubles as a stylish covering for the rangehood.

Stylish interiors elevate the 1970s home.


The bathroom blends old and new finishes.


Other updates include cosmetic changes to the bathrooms, window furnishings and work on the outdoor deck area.

Original exposed brick walls, stone flooring and repurposed timber from old bridges bring a sense of history and ambience to the home, complementing the building’s earthy materials. Plantation shutters and a gas log fire add to the property’s provincial feel.

There’s loads of outside house throughout the 0.41ha block.


Entry to the realm’s standard Aqueduct Path is an added bonus.


“An actual drawcard is the design,” Mr Yeats stated. “Lots of patrons do actually look out for mid-century type houses, particularly in our space. We now have individuals transferring from town hoping for one thing with this really feel.”

Mr Yeats stated the property was perfect for any household, full with a big yard that neglected the favored Aqueduct Path.

The house’s outside seating is primed for entertaining friends.


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