Character and charm in this recycled red brick Preston home from the moment you drive through the gate. The electric front gate enables ease of access from a highly sort after pocket of Preston. The home was originally built as a 1920s “war home” and the skilled architect has been able to retain plenty of the charming period detail, retaining most of the recycled red bricks and sourcing more from an old local factory. The interior again is cleverly designed to keep with the period of the home and yet be functional and modern. The messmate flooring throughout the home is warm and inviting and lays a solid base for the gorgeous stone waterfall bench top and 900mm Smeg freestanding oven. The standout feature of this home is the blackbutt timber cladding used on the interior ceiling and carried seamlessly from inside out. This cleverly designed ceiling in striking and inviting.
The bathrooms are classically designed with grey slate tiles and finished with Matt black tap ware. State of the art hydronic heating has been used to warm up the bathroom as well as the entire home.
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