The striking black exterior of an unconventional family home in Northcote has attracted attention for all the right reasons.
The four-bedroom house was in 12 Hartley Street After modern transformation, the market price is expected to be between 2.2 million US dollars and 2.4 million US dollars.
According to Sam Rigopoulos, director of Jellis Craig Northcote, the supplier has rebuilt the retro green and red windshield into an exquisite suburban haven.
“The owner is a builder, so it has undergone a complete renovation,” said Mr. Rigopoulos.
“The last house we sold for them had a very similar theme-this is their style. You can be bold and stuff it like that, but they did it very well.
“A lot of people are really attracted by (the black appearance), so this must be a topic.”
CoreLogic records show that the owner bought the property for $1.5 million in 2018.
In addition to the eye-catching street charm, it also offers the same stylish interior, including two bathrooms, an impressive living space and kitchen, and a studio with an additional bedroom.
Each room has matching dark details and black decor.
The stylish update is a far cry from the original wood kitchen and wooden walls of the house, which have been painted white during the decoration.
There is also an open-air courtyard with a fireplace for entertaining in any weather, and a tree-lined garden.
Mr. Rigopoulos stated that the property “meets all the requirements for a family buyer” and is located in the area of Westgarth Elementary School and Northcote High School, close to High St, Fairfield Village and Johnson Park.
The house will be auctioned on June 26.
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