A blank canvas in bohemian Bayside 20 Chaucer St has potential in spades. Circa 1910, a charm you can’t recreate this has all the ingredients, on the Peanut Farm Park minutes from Akland St’s delights.
Federation is the style of the early 1900’s, characterised by red brick, stained glass, verandas, tessellated tiles, and pressed-metal ceilings. The allure of purchasing a classic fixer-upper is compelling. Firstly, in need of Tender: Loving & Care is cheaper than renovated therefore, a diamond in the rough.
Secondly, purchasing a faded beauty allows you to add your ”personal vogue” to the look-with up to four bedrooms, two kitchens and two bathroom and multiple off-street parking (a rarity in this part of the world), this home will transform into a chic pad with cash and vision.
With a myriad of bars, cafes, parks, plus the beach on its doorstep, this opportunity presents a lifestyle few others can. This all-brick home is smack opposite on a park, in a city-edge locale with a lot going for it.
A classic requiring TLC in perennially popular St Kilda. Considering the size of the structure, there’s plenty of room to turn this faded glory into an oasis.
“Some images included in the listing have been virtually staged to help showcase the intended use and true potential of spaces in the home.”