This ideal site of 500sqm approx. is currently occupied by a brick family home c1955, typical of its era and is not subject to heritage listing. Occupied by the same family for the past 45 years it remains largely in original condition and layout. Offering the potential to renovate and extend up if desired but the corner property is also perfect for the construction of new dual townhouses (STCA). The light-filled interior features an entrance foyer and hallway leading to a living room with adjacent dining and a timber kitchen with a Chef stainless steel oven and St George cooktop, adjacent laundry and WC. Plus two period-style family bathrooms, four bedrooms and a study. Other features include private leafy established gardens, a gas FP, R/C air conditioners (living room & main bedroom) and a double carport with storage.
Buyers should note the home could be comfortably occupied or leased out while future redevelopment or renovation plans are drawn up and approved by Council.
Land size: 500sqm approx. Due Diligence Checklist
Live Like a Local
Kew has long been considered the home of Melbourne’s elite, and with its history and heritage it’s easy to see why. This handsome suburb is just seven kilometres from the CBD, yet feels like another world. Filled with established trees and beautiful parks, Kew provides a range of activities normally reserved for country living – from a few rounds of golf to a romantic row down the river. It’s also perfect for families looking to provide the very best for their children, as home to some of the most exclusive schools in the state. Faraway from the graffiti-painted laneways of the city, you’ll find a uniquely serene atmosphere that Kew calls its very own.