West Melbourne 64 Capel Street
History and Location - the perfect combination.
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Priced to Sell and Offering Terrific Value for Money
One of West Melbourne's and Capel Street's first homes, Mason (1859) is a grand two-story terrace with an imposing street presence and is a tribute to a bygone era.
It’s a blend of bluestone, sandstone and red brick harmoniously intertwines to create a home of immense character and ambiance. Rich in history, it was the home of famous Australian novelist Helen Garner who penned "Monkey Grip" in 1977, whilst living at the premises.
The location is so quiet, yet on the doorstep of the city and Queen Vic Market where you have all you could ask for a short stroll away. Capel Street provides ample on-street parking and is one of the widest streets in the area, and with the stunning Flagstaff Gardens at the end of the street, you will have a park to relax and enjoy tranquility in the heart of the action.
The list of internal features that add to the ambiance of the home includes original wide timber floors, sandstone fireplaces, exposed brick, and bluestone walls and a wrap-around parcel of land allowing for side access that makes all the rooms functional and unique. There is no doubt each room would have terrific stories to tell and is ready for someone to start a new chapter of the same.
If you have been searching for a classic and unique home in a super convenient location, Mason deserves your attention and inspection. Inspect as advertised or by private appointment.