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Nestled in a desirable quiet cul-de-sac close to Kew Junction, Glenferrie Road's fashionable shops, restaurants, cafes, transport and prestige schools this appealing freestanding single-fronted Edwardian cottage (c1910) is at the end of an iconic row of similar cottages providing a sought-after period streetscape and offers a unique restoration opportunity, which renovators will want to grab with open arms to transform it into a modern masterpiece or simply move in and enjoy. The existing house comprises two bedrooms (BIRs), full-width living room (OFP) and kitchen/meals, study area plus laundry and bathroom leading to a good sized rear garden allowing room to extend out and up (STCA). Includes period features, ducted heating and bungalow.
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    Nestled in a desirable quiet cul-de-sac close to Kew Junction, Glenferrie Road's fashionable shops, restaurants, cafes, transport and prestige schools this appealing freestanding single-fronted Edwardian cottage (c1910) is at the end of an iconic row of similar cottages providing a sought-after period streetscape and offers a unique restoration opportunity, which renovators will want to grab with open arms to transform it into a modern masterpiece or simply move in and enjoy. The existing house comprises two bedrooms (BIRs), full-width living room (OFP) and kitchen/meals, study area plus laundry and bathroom leading to a good sized rear garden allowing room to extend out and up (STCA). Includes period features, ducted heating and bungalow. Due Diligence Checklist
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    Kew
    Median residential price
    $1,780,000
    2 bedroom
    $742,000
    3 bedroom
    $1,725,000
    4 bedroom
    $2,975,000
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    2 bedroom
    $854,500
    3 bedroom
    $1,600,000
    4 bedroom
    $2,350,000
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    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.

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