Circa 1940’s construction, 695 Kiewa Street presents a great opportunity to own in central Albury. Approximately one kilometre to Dean Street, the home hosts a one of a kind position, with only one adjoining neighbour to one side, and zoned horticulture to the other side and rear.
The solid red brick home is surrounded by landscaped gardens creating a private oasis. Electric sliding gates add security and convenience to the off-street parking.
The floor plan plays host to a generous living zone with liquid indoor-outdoor flow to the alfresco space. The updated kitchen includes thick cut stone benches, chic 2-pac cabinetry, gas cooking and breakfast bar which overlooks the pastoral paddocks next door. The family bathroom has also been meticulously updated with modern tiling, vanity and single pane shower screen.
Accommodation consists of three well-proportioned bedrooms, the master also comprises an open fire place. A separate studio serves as guest accommodation, home office or could be converted to garaging if required.
A serene private garden holds a vast outlook to the neighbouring paddocks at the side and rear. Appealing to those seeking a touch of country in the heart of the city, the home's unique position and outlook is virtually irreplaceable.
Designed and constructed by Alf Bodinnar, the home is enriched by period features including timber sash windows, high ceilings and picture rails. Ducted evaporative cooling and hydronic heating throughout fused with the solid brick construction and insulated roof space provide year-round comfort and convenience.
Situated within easy walking distance of Dean Street and all it has to offer. Appeal and convenience can only be appreciated with an inspection.