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Unique Stables Conversion in Albert Park a Green Delight

119 Ashworth Street, Albert Park, Vic 3206

$6.4m - $7m 2 Beds 2 Baths 703 SQM
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This phenomenal c1930 stables conversion on a substantial land estate belongs as much to nature as it does the homeowner.

The vast greenery surrounding and climbing the walls of the abode is a green thumb’s paradise, almost rendering the property invisible amongst the vegetation; a pure oasis in the middle of suburbia.

Set over two floors, the abode has character and comfort thanks to features such as exposed original brick walls, towering ceiling voids, an open fireplace, gorgeous gardens and timber floorboards.

The expansive living and dining areas on the ground floor face north and flow seamlessly to the incredible gardens outside, which inspire entertaining of every scale, as well as the pool and spa.

A casual dining area alongside a kitchen, laundry and powder room round off this floor. The home is also serviced by a double car garage.

Up the stairs and you are welcomed by an open space retreat with a void that helps add a sense of space and volume to the home.

The master bedroom comes with its own expansive walk-in robe, with a window perfectly positioned overlooking the gorgeous gardens.

“This is a lifestyle property in the purest sense – a true sanctuary which is positioned equidistant to the beach as it is shops and cafes.  It is an above average land size for the area of 703 sqm,” Kay & Burton associate Michael Armstrong said.

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“Both the building (being a 1930’s warehouse that was converted) and gardens have huge intrinsic value – both have been curated carefully, so it has a very individual and timeless style,” he continued.

“A lot of original detail has been kept intact, so exposed time beams, huge ceiling heights and voids and exposed brick walls that date back almost 100 years, but undoubtedly the drawcard is the garden which is incredibly green and lush and private, but has been landscaped carefully to create a very peaceful sanctuary,” he added.

Armstrong said he believes a buyer will come from outside the local market to swoop up this distinctive home.

“We’ve had enquiries and interest from Sydney, London and Hong Kong so far – drawn to the very unique nature of this property,” he said.

Subject to council approval, Armstrong said there is an option to refurbish or extend the property.

“There were plans drawn up to extend the building – this is something a new owner may wish to take advantage of in future,” he said.

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