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Set in the desirable Studley Park district, this mid-century family home exemplifies the design and quality of the period. The large 1149 m2 north facing block is located in leafy Kew, just a short walk from the Yarra River and expansive parklands overlooking the CBD. Equally close are the amenities of the Kew Junction, including Toscano's and Leo's Fine Food, numerous prestigious schools, and public transport.

This beautifully maintained family home designed by the renowned mid-20th Century architect Robert Rosh has remained under single ownership since construction in the Fifties. It boasts generous proportions with large windows, high ceilings, wonderful family accomodation and entertaining areas for large or intimate gatherings.

The Amanda Oliver designed landscape garden opens into the light filled lounge room which flows into a dining room and sun room with original parquetry floors and light fittings. The open plan kitchen and family area allows for more informal dining and entertaining. All living areas connect to a sumptuous back yard with extensive terracing, garden and grassed areas. The home comprises a spacious main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, as well as 2 double bedrooms and a large study/4th bedroom serviced by a classic bathroom with separate toilet. Other features include separate laundry, zoned ducted heating and cooling, surround sound, watering system, water tanks, double carport with additional off street parking, garden shed and rear lane access.
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    Brilliant Studley Park Home 1,149sqm approx.  Non Contributory an 80ft Frontage (Approx.)
    Brilliant Studley Park Home 1,149sqm approx. Non Contributory an 80ft Frontage (Approx.)
    Set in the desirable Studley Park district, this mid-century family home exemplifies the design and quality of the period. The large 1149 m2 north facing block is located in leafy Kew, just a short walk from the Yarra River and expansive parklands overlooking the CBD. Equally close are the amenities of the Kew Junction, including Toscano's and Leo's Fine Food, numerous prestigious schools, and public transport.

    This beautifully maintained family home designed by the renowned mid-20th Century architect Robert Rosh has remained under single ownership since construction in the Fifties. It boasts generous proportions with large windows, high ceilings, wonderful family accomodation and entertaining areas for large or intimate gatherings.

    The Amanda Oliver designed landscape garden opens into the light filled lounge room which flows into a dining room and sun room with original parquetry floors and light fittings. The open plan kitchen and family area allows for more informal dining and entertaining. All living areas connect to a sumptuous back yard with extensive terracing, garden and grassed areas. The home comprises a spacious main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, as well as 2 double bedrooms and a large study/4th bedroom serviced by a classic bathroom with separate toilet. Other features include separate laundry, zoned ducted heating and cooling, surround sound, watering system, water tanks, double carport with additional off street parking, garden shed and rear lane access. 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
    $2,950,000
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    $855,000
    3 bedroom
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    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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