A converted Balmain semi is shaping up to be the perfect place to isolate from coronavirus over the summer months.
With an outdoor cinema and fire pit, the new owners of 3A Mullens St, Balmain, will no longer need to worry about battling the crowds at Sydney’s popular moonlight cinemas.
The three-bedroom property is being sold by Project One project director Elena Chakar, and ADM Capital investment director Damon Petrie.
Under their ownership, the couple have transformed an original weatherboard cottage into two, two-storey semis, with the other one selling in 2017 for $1.9 million, according to CoreLogic.
Listed with McGrath Balmain’s Scott Bunnell and Cindy Kennedy, the semi is set to go under the hammer on September 12 with a $1.8 million price guide.
The family residence is equipped with high end contemporary finishes and is perfect for the entertainer, with a spacious open plan kitchen and living area flowing out to the rear.
Ms Chakar said the home has been designed with entertaining in the mind, with the backyard centred around the projector wall.
All of the three bedrooms feature built-in wardrobes, with the main also having an integrated ensuite bathroom with a rain shower. Smeg gas appliances, a walk-in pantry and stone benchtops can be found in the kitchen, while a stylish wooden wine cellar is located beneath the staircase.
While the backyard cinema is bound to be popular with both kids and adults throughout the summer months, there is also established gardens, a water tank and a barbecue deck outside.
The listing comes as the inner west auction market continues to see a buyer resurgence. An analysis of CoreLogic’s auction reports found the clearance rate in the Sydney region has been above 75 per cent for the past three weekends, with the strongest rate of 89.5 per cent achieved a fortnight ago.