FLORENCE COTTAGE North Carlton Terrace
This is one of North Carlton's oldest and most original brick terrace houses. Semi-detached of 4 main rooms and with a sunny north facing rear
– it has a double width approx 6 metre wide rear lane access.
Offered for sale for the first time since 1903. Finally it has and we welcome you to see it.
In addition - Barton was Prime Minister, Lord Cardigan won the Cup, and Collingwood beat an inaccurate Fitzroy at the MCG
to take home the VFL flag.
First of all Davis Street, is one of the most aesthetically consistent streets in all of North Carlton.
--either now being owner occupied or leased terraces, they have retained their beautiful character.
In all ways, especially relevant -highly desired.
"In 1869 as an extension for Melbourne's residential suburbs: the early suburb of North Carlton was surveyed.
The new half-acre blocks extended as far as Fenwick Street, continuing the north-south grid of Carlton.
Served by generous 20 and 30 metre wide government roads. As a result: reserves were set aside for public buildings and gardens.
The renowned surveyor, Clement Hodgkinson, was the initiator of the 1869 North Carlton plan, as head of the city's Crown Lands and Survey Department.
From 1879, North Carlton was subdivided into small suburban lots.
Most lots featured 5 metre frontages. Each was provided with the Victorian-era amenity of rear service lanes, separating utilitarian
household functions. While finally coal and other deliveries, furthermore night soil cartage and stabling, from the formal house façade would be from the rear."
There are 4 main rooms, and it seems like most of all we are ready for renovation from top to toe for the next century of ownership.
But dont think there will easily be another one of these
--- you might be waiting a very long time
Close to Rathdowne Village, trams and bus stops.
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