Edwardian magnificence meets fashionable luxurious at this renovated Brunswick dwelling on the market.

Lochlea, at 26 Canberra Street, was remodeled to mix Nineteen Thirties appeal with up to date fashion about six years in the past.

Nonetheless trying near-new because the renovation, it’s hit the market with a $1.5-$1.6m asking value.

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26 Canberra Avenue, Brunswick, is on the market.

A contemporary renovation has renewed the Nineteen Thirties dwelling.

Jellis Craig Brunswick agent Elizabeth Kelly mentioned a “big renovation” beneath the steerage of an architect was undertaken by the younger distributors.

“They restored all the authentic entrance part of the home and went to city on an enormous extension on the rear,” Ms Kelly mentioned.

“However they saved all of the interval options intact whereas including a sensational residing space, which turns into an actual entertainers’ dream in the summertime months.”

The facade was falling to items earlier than the renovation.

The kitchen is a contemporary addition to the house.

Ornate fireplaces are in all three bedrooms.

The open-plan residing part is cleverly divided right into a devoted eating zone, a central fashionable kitchen and a residing space with a classy Oblica fire.

Two units of double-glazed stacker doorways bookend the lounge, linked to lush gardens that wrap across the area.

A big north-facing yard is the right spot for summer season, whereas a smaller out of doors space options storage under the deck and a sandpit.

The lounge is surrounded by gardens.

There’s loads of room to play within the massive north-facing backyard.

It’s come a great distance since 2011.

The kitchen contains high-end home equipment, a butler’s pantry, stone benchtops and soft-close cabinetry.

All three bedrooms function ornate fireplaces and share a big toilet with a claw-foot bathtub. Different interval options within the dwelling embrace authentic ornamental roses, Baltic pine flooring, leadlight home windows and hovering excessive ceilings.

There’s a devoted eating space close to the kitchen.

Leadlight home windows add appeal to the primary bed room.

The central toilet has a claw-foot tub.

There’s additionally a snug research with built-in joinery and a big laundry.

Storage is in abundance, with an attic, a yard shed and off-street parking for 2 vehicles.

Ms Kelly mentioned a lot of households seeking to break into the favored Brunswick North Major College zone had inspected the residence.

Stacker doorways join the lounge with easy-care decks.

A house workplace additionally has helpful built-in cabinetry.

It’s additionally near Sydney Highway outlets and eating places, in addition to Anstey prepare station.

CoreLogic reveals Lochlea was purchased for $670,000 in authentic situation in 2011, earlier than main works began a couple of years later.

The charming residence is scheduled to go beneath the hammer on March 13.

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