Fitzroy North Renovations And Home Extensions Projects

Over the past few years, Fitzroy North has experienced remarkable gentrification attracting buyers who are looking for a cosmopolitan lifestyle, high levels of infrastructure, and inner-city proximity typical of the area. Solid price growth and rising buyer activity were experienced throughout the years from 2015. 

If you already own a home in this love suburb but it no longer fulfils your lifestyle or has become too small for a growing family, it may be a smart idea to hold on to your property and renovate or extend rather than sell. There are many superb ideas that you can use to extend and modernise your Fitzroy North property.

Natural light is often a challenge with double-storey terraces. Fortunately, there are many clever ways to bring light into every corner of a home. A central light well in the kitchen and an open plan dining room with west-facing windows will flood the downstairs area with light and large bay windows in upstairs bedrooms will also increase the light exposure.

These are just a few simple ideas that we can help you out with at Period Extensions & Designs. We have decades of expertise when it comes to maximising the potential of your property with cleverly planned renovations and extensions.

Why Choose Fitzroy North?

Fitzroy North is an affluent suburb of Melbourne with all the advantages of inner-city life. This family-friendly suburb has two highly acclaimed primary schools and is situated in close proximity to two high schools in Fitzroy proper and Northcote. For those who prefer private schooling, there are private schools close by in both Ivanhoe and Kew. With its central location on the doorstep of the Melbourne CBD, why would you move?

Distance to

Distance from Melbourne

Fitzroy North Demographics

The population of Fitzroy North is now over 12,000 with just over 24% being independent youth, 23% mature and established independence, 11% maturing couples and families and just over 31% being married couples.

The main occupations of people living in Fitzroy North are more than 46% professionals, 15% Managers, just under 20% in sales and administrative workers, 8.2% community and personal service workers, and just over 7% technicians and trades workers.

Just over 23% of all homes in Fitzroy North are fully owned, 24.2% are in the process of being purchased by home loan mortgage with the median individual income $838 per week and the median household income around $1,700 per week. The median mortgage repayment in Fitzroy North is about $2,200 per month.

Independant Youth

24.0%

Maturing & Established Independence

23.4%

Maturing Couples & Families

10.9%

Fitzroy North Lifestyle

About 20 years ago Fitzroy North was a suburb that consisted mostly of Italian and Greek migrants with students living in shared housing. Today it is once again an affluent family suburb with lush green parklands and tree-lined streets. Over the years the local boutiques and street cafes became ever groovier and house prices climbed steadily. 

According to a local agent, there are probably more medicos and lawyers living in North Fitzroy than in any other suburb in Melbourne. Edinburgh Gardens forms a lovely centrepiece at the heart of the suburb and there are 3 great shopping villages on Queens Parade, St. Georges Road, and Nicholson Street. 

On warm sunny days, the parks are full of picnic lovers and it’s a favourite place for pet lovers to take their dogs for a walk in the evenings. For fitness enthusiasts, there is a sporting field, 2 playgrounds, and a tennis club. The local supermarket Piedemonte’st has been a fixture in the area since the 1960s with old-fashioned customer service and continental gourmet produce.

Types Of Homes In Fitzroy North

A large number of lovely weatherboard and Victorian brick terraces of old have been transformed by architect-designed renovations. The grand proportions and elaborate facades of many of the homes date back to the early boom years of the Victorian era when wealthy merchants who had profited from the gold rush lived there. 

Fitzroy North Median House Prices

The median house price for Fitzroy North is around $1,600,000 with property being in strong demand in this charming suburb. That is why it makes so much sense if you already live in Fitzroy North to renovate or extend instead of moving to another suburb. 

Our team of expert designers and master builders at period Extensions & Designs can help you transform your existing home into a fresh, contemporary space that is full of warmth and amazing features. This includes things like a walk-in en-suite robe in the master bedroom, a huge central bathroom and gas-fired fireplaces in place of old fashioned coal burners. 

Call us today to discuss your ideas and specific renovation requirements with one of our friendly and experienced designers and architects.

Buy
$1,257,500
2BR
$1,025,000
3BR
$1,312,500
4BR
           -         
Buy
$625 PW
2BR
$595 PW
3BR
$700PW
4BR
           -         
Buy
$591,875
1BR
$415,000
2BR
$599,500
3BR
$1,146,500
Buy
$395 PW
1BR
$343 PW
2BR
$450 PW
3BR
$725 PW

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