The owner of a luxurious Aberfeldie house will take fond memories of family gatherings, drinking cocktails and enjoying the “beautiful” city views during Covid lockdowns with him when he moves.
The man said he, his wife and their adult sons liked watching the CBD’s lights together and chatting.
After living in the four-bedroom property at 6A Caroline St for about two years, they are downsizing after their sons moved out.
Their house is on the market with $2.55m-$2.7m price hopes.
He said before buying the Premier Projects-designed abode, they had been looking to buy in Moonee Ponds or Essendon but “fell in love with the lifestyle here in Aberfeldie”.
“It’s literally just a couple of minutes walk to the Maribyrnong River trails,” he said. “We’ve got fantastic neighbours in this street.”
Outdoor highlights include an alfresco entertaining area, north-facing rear garden and solar heated pool.
Before Covid lockdowns they held a Christmas party for about 40 guests in the main living area, which is perfect for entertaining thanks to the 3.5m ceilings and heated slab flooring.
Cooking is a favourite pastime in the kitchen, which has Calacatta marble surfaces, soft close cabinetry, a butler’s pantry and Miele appliances.
Barry Plant Essendon agent Walter Mahch said the house featured a study, home gym or multipurpose room, a dumbwaiter, double-glazed windows and an automatic double garage.
The main bedroom has an ensuite and two large walk-in wardrobes. adding to the “luxury feel”.
The home is a comfortable walk to local public and private schools, public transport, shops and cafes.
Expressions of interest close 5pm on August 16, unless sold prior.
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