This week’s House of the Week – 84 Robertson St, Richmond


WITH its conservatory, backyard hobby room and dolls’ house in the garden, this property has unique features for a family or first-home buyer.

Located in the heart of Richmond, it has the luxury of ample outdoor space.

Upon entry to the property is a well-kept lawn with raised garden beds, which have potential for those with a keen green thumb.

An extensive gravel driveway leads to the back of the house and is home to a double automatic garage, fitted with a workshop and connected to a separate hobby room.

Whether it is used as an office space or an artist’s haven, this room offers plenty of opportunity for creative freedom.

The surrounding backyard is home to a tunnel house, lawn and garden – as well as a neat, weatherproof dolls’ house.

The private, off-the-street entrance to the house opens to a cosy hallway, and provides access to the master bedroom.

Fitted with a spacious double wardrobe, the main room overlooks the front garden, allowing for plenty of natural light, and is generous in size.

Also off the hallway are the two other bedrooms, which both include an in-built single wardrobe and encourage light and warmth.

Cosy and homely, this house has a spacious open-plan lounge and kitchen area, with a wood fire and gas fire in the lounge. Paired with a heat transfer system, they help keep the home warm all-year-round.

It also has a water filter system which comes off the main supply.

The kitchen has all the necessary amenities including an oven, dishwasher, and bar space.

Down the far end of the hallway is a well-equipped bathroom, including a shower, bathtub, toilet and basin.

Tucked away behind a cupboard inside the entrance to the bathroom is a laundry area fitted with a sink and tub, and space for a washing machine or dryer.

Access to the conservatory is next to the bathroom. A stand-out feature of the house, this room soaks up all-day sun and is an ideal spot to lounge or dine in.

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