Stylish 2 story Deco House with modern renovation

Stylish 2 story Deco House with modern renovation




Nov 2017

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house underwent a major renovation in 2007. There are 4 bedrooms - 2 upstairs along with ensuite bathroom- and 2 downstairs. Lovely back garden with pool. 2 living spaces - modern kitchen. Very well situated in the attractive heritage suburb of Hamilton South and only a 15-20 minute walk to a pick of Newcastle's gorgeous beaches - BarBeach being the closest.


More about us

  1. I am a business owner in the professional services area

  2. I have a love of art and design and my large comfortable house reflects this passion

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Where is it?


Australia's second-oldest city, bound by a working harbour and glorious surf beaches, was forged from coal, timber and sweat but has moved on from that rough-and-tumble era to embrace a new outlook.

Clever repurposing has transformed heritage buildings. Former railway workshops house Newcastle Museum; a sandstone bank is now a French-inspired bar sparkling with chandeliers; a brewery's 19th-century grain and keg warehouse now showcases craft beers.

Arts projects, festivals and events have transformed five inner-city precincts. Come and explore Civic, Cooks Hill, East End, West End and the harbourside Honeysuckle development. Their makeovers are all part of a 25-year plan to revitalise Newcastle, shoring up its position as a vibrant regional centre and gateway to Hunter Wine Country.

A top ten city in Lonely Planet's 'Best in Travel 2011', this is where bohemian culture coexists with surf culture; where hip cafés and award-winning restaurants flank an industrial port; where the land meets the sea.

This is Newcastle – a city of contrast, change and endless possibility.

Buzzy restaurants
Just a few minutes walk from our home you will find many great restaurants and cafes in the Junction village, Darby st, Beaumont st as well as a few great places to eat by the sea like the Merewether Surfhouse.
Walks in the park
We love to take our dog to National Park which is just around the corner. We also love the parks by the sea - Empire park, Dixon park and King Edward park.
Day tripping
Hop on the train and visit the beautiful Maitland countryside, spend a day visiting some of Australia's best wineries in the Hunter Valley, travel up the coast to Port Stephens to enjoy the beautiful landscape and beaches.

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