4 Alexander Street SEDDON
THE ETA PEANUT BUTTER HOUSE.
Landmark Seddon Village property; 'T.J. Cawthorns' Corner grocery store offering unlimited potential to extend and further improve or re-develop (STCA).
This double-brick, Mid-Victorian Shopfront and home is well known to locals and on Instagram, for its iconic 1920's ghost signage.
With dual frontages to both Alexander Street and Werner Street, this fabulous property sits on a 363sqm (appx) allotment. Conveniently set only one lane back from the vibrant Victoria Street shopping precinct and two blocks from Middle Footscray Station.
Boasting 4 metre high, ornate pressed metal ceilings in the enormous studio/shop front, along with double front display windows and polished concrete floors. Rooms include a secure store-room/bedroom/office along with three double bedrooms, two featuring polished boards and built-in robes, one featuring cast fireplace and leadlight windows.
Living area provides a northerly garden aspect. Kitchen offers a sun drenched box bay window, meals/dining living space with built in window box seating and cedar bookshelves, polished Kauri floorboards and gas heating/cooking. Oversized bathroom with Italian mosaic tiles, laundry, and second outside loo.
The large backyard features a recently built weatherboard studio with north facing window and built in shelving, off street parking, rainwater tank, recycled brick paving and gorgeous fruiting olive, apricot and fig trees.
The home is solar passive with a zone 8 thermal mass, R36 wool insulation, North-East aspect and solar panels. Perfect for an imaginative residential development, or simply update the kitchen & bathroom for a very cool and contemporary home business.
On the radar
SEDDON - 3011
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