19 Drummond Road, Carlton, is on the market by an award-winning artist.

Award-winning artist Sarah Louise Ricketts is promoting her designer Carlton assertion dwelling.

The textile artist’s work and studio is on present at 19 Drummond Street, on the market with a $4-$4.4m value information.

The expansive inner-suburban terrace’s daring model completely matches Ms Ricketts’ vibrant felt creations, which have been recognised internationally by way of exhibitions and awards.

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Felt creations by Ms Ricketts are on the eating desk.

The textile artist has been in group exhibitions worldwide for her work.

Nelson Alexander Carlton North agent James Pilliner mentioned an extension designed by Robert Simeoni was added by the seller previously decade.

“(Simeoni) oversaw the development of the open house and ensured the road of sight linked nicely to the older a part of the house,” Mr Pilliner mentioned.

“The entrance of the home nonetheless seems to be authentic and pays respect to the heritage of the Victorian period.”

Ms Ricketts labored her magic from the property.

A rooftop terrace would supply loads of inspiration.

The extension was designed by Robert Simeoni.

A entrance formal lounge, arched hallway, a number of ornate fireplaces and a terraced balcony are elegant options of the house.

Fashionable model is discovered within the kitchen with stone benchtops and a breakfast bar, a video games room, and an outside terrace that results in a rooftop deck.

Different options embody a self-contained studio above the double storage and a comfy household gathering zone with characteristic gasoline fire.

A peaceable entrance lounge within the authentic terrace part.

Interval particulars stay within the bedrooms.

A contemporary fire warms up one other lounge.

Mr Pilliner mentioned the five-bedroom property was one in all Carlton’s bigger choices and it was time for Ms Ricketts to downsize.

He added the terrace was additionally in one of many “tightly held” elements of the suburb, the place patrons continuously battled to interrupt in.

CoreLogic reveals the property beforehand modified arms for $1.3m in 2007, previous to renovations.

A leafy outlook from the terrace’s entrance balcony.

There’s a video games room on the rear of the constructing.

A dreamy lavatory is flooded with pure gentle.

The prized bundle’s expressions of curiosity marketing campaign closes on March 3.

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