Grattan Street, Melbourne, KY
A tree lined boulevard, which is mostly preserved of its 19th century architectural heritage. Nestled in the middle of Melbourne's iconic and irresistible Italian precinct of Lygon Street, with its excess and diversity of restaurants, cafes, bars and gelatarias. A hundred meters from their very own Italian town square and open-air cinema. On the opposite corner of this block is beautiful Rathdowne Street. Here, students will be standing directly opposite the famous Carlton Gardens. Home to the Melbourne Museum and the old Royal Melbourne Exhibition buildings. The home itself is a fine example of the Victorian era. Its wrought iron terraced balconies and front fence are a dazzling display of the eras workmanship. It is set on splendid bluestone foundations, coloured with rich heritage tonings of antique white and Brunswick Green. Living here you will feel part of the citys rich heritage. Walking the streets home at night, you cant help but think of those that came before you and what life what must have been like then. This property has most recently been refurbished. A fully equipped white two pack kitchen with black Caesar stone has been installed. Chic bathrooms with porcelain finish. A rear maubu timber deck provides a wonderful entertainment opportunity with BBQ facilities. The property caters for the disabled and provides onsite laundry facilities. Other luxuries include large plasma television and sound system in the lounge area. Common areas are serviced regularly. Individual rooms can be cleaned on a user pays basis. It accommodates up to 12 guests on a single room or double room basis. Communal kitchen, dining, lounge and outdoor BBQ area all provide ample opportunities for new arrivals to meet, socialise and form new friendships with other guests who incidentally find themselves all alone and far from home too. PS: Photos are taken professionally and with enhanced light effects which may make rooms look larger in length. This is a house share option where other students also live. Hence, sometimes one may need to adjust with students of different cultures as well.