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On a serene, tree-lined street, this comfortable Californian Bungalow has potential for updating or the construction of a new home or two (STCA).

This charming 1920s home with a separate, two-level studio offers an opportunity for a larger or multi generational family. A paved brick path framed by a delightful garden leads to the inviting front verandah and entrance. Two carpeted double bedrooms with built-in-robes, a bathroom, and a third bedroom/study or extra living space with an open fireplace bookend the timber floored hallway. The dining area features an antique wood-fire oven, whilst the large, bright, north-facing kitchen presents a lovely, sloped ceiling with skylight, Siemens self-cleaning ovens and stovetop, abundant bench and storage space, timber island - perfect for gathering family and friends - and a window that overlooks the captivating back garden.

A laundry complete with cupboards and skylight opens to a family bathroom with shower over bath and vanity. Stairs lead down to a spacious sunken living area featuring a gas fireplace, wood panelling, leadlight windows and French doors with garden access. A corner wooden bar with a sink, bench space and ample storage completes this appealing space.

Paved alfresco entertaining areas extend to the self-contained studio with a bathroom, skylights, timber staircase to a generous attic/bedroom, making this a wonderful teenager's retreat, granny flat or work/study space with views of the garden.

Evoking character and warmth, both the home and studio are perfect for those wishing to maintain a sense of togetherness, as well as privacy. Additional highlights include solar panels, electric front gate, ducted heating and vacuum systems, evaporative cooling, high ceilings, greywater system, large water tanks, single garage and an undercover workspace.

Ultra-convenient living awaits with easy access to the Aqualink Sporting Complex, Surrey Park, Box Hill Central shopping precinct, an extraordinary choice of restaurants and cafes, public transport, excellent primary and secondary schools including Box Hill High School, and Box Hill and Eastern Epworth Hospitals.

Note: land is 730m2 approx. almost flat and on the North side of the street.
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    Charm, Character and Convenience
    Charm, Character and Convenience
    On a serene, tree-lined street, this comfortable Californian Bungalow has potential for updating or the construction of a new home or two (STCA).

    This charming 1920s home with a separate, two-level studio offers an opportunity for a larger or multi generational family. A paved brick path framed by a delightful garden leads to the inviting front verandah and entrance. Two carpeted double bedrooms with built-in-robes, a bathroom, and a third bedroom/study or extra living space with an open fireplace bookend the timber floored hallway. The dining area features an antique wood-fire oven, whilst the large, bright, north-facing kitchen presents a lovely, sloped ceiling with skylight, Siemens self-cleaning ovens and stovetop, abundant bench and storage space, timber island - perfect for gathering family and friends - and a window that overlooks the captivating back garden.

    A laundry complete with cupboards and skylight opens to a family bathroom with shower over bath and vanity. Stairs lead down to a spacious sunken living area featuring a gas fireplace, wood panelling, leadlight windows and French doors with garden access. A corner wooden bar with a sink, bench space and ample storage completes this appealing space.

    Paved alfresco entertaining areas extend to the self-contained studio with a bathroom, skylights, timber staircase to a generous attic/bedroom, making this a wonderful teenager's retreat, granny flat or work/study space with views of the garden.

    Evoking character and warmth, both the home and studio are perfect for those wishing to maintain a sense of togetherness, as well as privacy. Additional highlights include solar panels, electric front gate, ducted heating and vacuum systems, evaporative cooling, high ceilings, greywater system, large water tanks, single garage and an undercover workspace.

    Ultra-convenient living awaits with easy access to the Aqualink Sporting Complex, Surrey Park, Box Hill Central shopping precinct, an extraordinary choice of restaurants and cafes, public transport, excellent primary and secondary schools including Box Hill High School, and Box Hill and Eastern Epworth Hospitals.

    Note: land is 730m2 approx. almost flat and on the North side of the street. Due Diligence Checklist
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