Written by Matt Bell
Known as a community within a community, Lumsden St is one of the most sought after streets in Cammeray.
Jonica Plamer has lived at No. 19 for a decade, with her husband and their daughter. She said the family friendly neighbourhood was a great spot to raise a family. “The kids are always hanging out with each other and there is plenty of space for them to have fun and explore,” she said.
During their ownership, the Federation home has been completely renovated, extended and freshly landscaped.
Federation features like original light fittings greet you at the front door. This part of the house has four bedrooms — two on the left and two on the right. The main bedroom has a large built-in wardrobe and plantation shutters. On the other side of corridor is another bedroom with access to the attic, which offers plenty of storage in the roof.
The rear of the house, forms part of an extension completed in 2012.
The open plan design features a kitchen, dining and living space with arched ceilings. The walls feature a sleek white design, while the number of windows provide plenty of natural light.The chef’s kitchen has a marble island centrepiece and features Neff appliances, gas cooking and a butler’s pantry. This flows out to a rear deck that looks over the swimming pool and manicured gardens, which were redone in 2017.
Ms Plamer said the house was a great spot for those looking for the convenience of a great location. “It is within great proximity to good schools, shops and getting into the city for work,” she said, “It was one of the big selling point for us when we bought this house.”
Other features of the home include air-conditioning, ceiling fans and extensive under house storage.
It is an easy walk to Cammeray Public School and the village.
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