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About our home
Our 1999 Weatherboard 2 bedroom 2-storey home is walking distance from Melbourne city centre, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Tennis Centre, Botanic Gardens, Yarra River, located in the lively suburb of Richmond. Cafes and restaurants abound on Swan St and Bridge Road.
A traditional milk bar serving old fashioned milk-shakes Are a speciality at Rowena cornerstore. Ice cream in a huge range of modern and traditional flavours can be bought on Swan Street at Mesina!
There are trams going to the city and suburbs running on both streets within a few minutes walk. Richmond Station with trains connecting all suburbs is 10 minutes walk.
There is a very private rear garden with decking for relaxing, a sunny front porch and attractive city views at the front.
The house suits up to four adults in 2 double beds, plus a small study/spare bedroom and folding bed. The ground floor has reverse cycle air conditioning/heating, and bedrooms have ceiling fans for keeping cool in the summer.
There is a modern fully equipped kitchen, with dishwasher, microwave, equipment and utensils for 8 people. There is a small laundry/larder room with a Miele washing machine and Bosch drier. Outside there is a large area with decking and partial shade depending on time of day and season, with a clothes line drier.
Stayed July 2017
“We have just returned from 3 wonderful weeks in Julia's lovely home in Richmond. It is perfectly located for shops and restaurants and only a 15 minute tram ride to the CBD. The Melbourne Cricket Ground is only a few stops away. The house is modern and comfortable. Prior to our visit Julia met our son and family to give them the key to the house and made them (and us) most welcome.
We do hope we shall have another opportunity to stay in Julia's home.
Keith and Jacquie. ”
More about us
We are a couple mostly retired from work so have more time to travel
Enjoy walking, visiting historic sites and meeting new people
Our children are grown up and we enjoy spending time with our grandchildren