What you see on the outside of this Mile End villa is literally what you get on the inside.
Just like its exterior, bright blues, oranges and yellows, as well as a variety of different patterns and textures, are featured throughout, giving it a quirky retro style.
The 1910-built character home at 31 Cuming St has been well loved and maintained by one family for almost 60 years.
Now it is on the market, offering househunters a renovation opportunity of a lifetime.
Selling agent Mandy Doolan, of Ouwens Casserly Real Estate, said it was a rare offering given its position on a tightly-held street in a sought-after inner western suburb.
She described it as “a bit of a time warp” and said prospective buyers were loving every bit of it.
“We’ve had a lot of interest so far,” she said.
“We had about 30 groups through last weekend and about 20 throughout the week.
“It’s mainly people who want to renovate.
“I’ve got offers on the furniture too, would you believe.”
The villa is on a 771sqm block and has seven rooms, five of which have ornate fireplaces, and are all connected via a central hallway.
There are three bedrooms, a bathroom, living room, dining room and kitchen, as well as two sheds in the backyard.
The property will go under the hammer on June 5 with a price guide of $820,000.
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