Fitzroy is Melbourne’s smallest suburban area occupying only 100 ha of land on the northeast of Melbourne’s CBD. But it is home to more than 9,000 people of different socio-economic status.
Though small in size, this suburb is famous for hosting Melbourne’s Fringe Festival. It’s also well-known in all of Australia for its art, music and Bohemianism culture. It also features some of Melbourne’s finest displays of Victorian era architecture, which are covered by Heritage Overlays.
Many people find Fitzroy a desirable place to live in which explains why it is densely populated. There are diverse housing options here including single or double-storey terraced housing, walk-up flats and modern apartments. More residential development projects are on the way.
Residents and visitors alike enjoy the retail markets, boutique shopping, second hand bookshops, the food and nightlife strips along Brunswick Street, which is the heart of Fitzroy’s commercial establishments Some choose to unwind and play lawn bowls or have a picnic in Edinburgh Gardens.
There are many real estate properties for sale or for rent in this area. As a person looking for a new residence, you should take the time to inspect the place you are considering. Don’t forget to evaluate the property’s roofing to make sure you won’t have any problems like leaking roof or moldy ceilings.
Whether you’re buying or renting a home, pay attention if it needs roofing restoration services like repainting, resealing or de-mossing. If it does, you could make a bargain with the seller to lower the price to cover these expenses. Bringing along a roofing specialist at this point may help get you a good deal.
After settling things with the seller, you can now hire roofing repairs and restoration professionals. They are equipped and trained to know what to do and how to do it perfectly no matter if the property has tile roofing, cement tiling or colorbond roofing.