3
1
1
Renovate the Edwardian elegance or redevelop STCA. Three-bedroom home is ready for a new lease of life to enhance the easy-care design, featuring a generous living and dining area, eat-in kitchen, bathroom and European laundry. Original Baltic pine floors, high ceilings and fireplaces add elegance, there's right of way off-street parking accessed from Rusden and New Streets, and you can walk to shops, trains, cafes and the movies in minutes. You or your tenant can live here comfortably until the time's right to transform this character-rich and convenient address. You'll find Elsternwick Golf Course and parkland blocks away, Elsternwick Primary School is close by, and city-bound trams are a short stroll away. Big potential for a new era of Brighton living.
3
1
1
Director
Kate Strickland
Enquire about this property






    Thank you for your message. We will be in contact shortly.

    AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY
    AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY
    Renovate the Edwardian elegance or redevelop STCA. Three-bedroom home is ready for a new lease of life to enhance the easy-care design, featuring a generous living and dining area, eat-in kitchen, bathroom and European laundry. Original Baltic pine floors, high ceilings and fireplaces add elegance, there's right of way off-street parking accessed from Rusden and New Streets, and you can walk to shops, trains, cafes and the movies in minutes. You or your tenant can live here comfortably until the time's right to transform this character-rich and convenient address. You'll find Elsternwick Golf Course and parkland blocks away, Elsternwick Primary School is close by, and city-bound trams are a short stroll away. Big potential for a new era of Brighton living. Due Diligence Checklist
    Map Image
    Click to see the map
    Brighton
    Median residential price
    2 bedroom
    $960,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,250,000
    4 bedroom
    $3,512,500
    Similar suburb median prices
    2 bedroom
    $1,655,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,400,000
    4 bedroom
    $4,125,000
    About Brighton

    Live Like a Local

    Life sure is lovely in Brighton. Famous for its brightly-coloured beach boxes that line the sand of one of Melbourne’s most popular swimming destinations, this area is not just a beachside retreat but also a dream home location for many Melburnians. Its glorious bayside strip – known as “The Golden Mile” – is the creme de la creme for Brighton homeowners, with no major roads between their properties and the bay. Between shopping on Bay Street, two cinemas, renowned public and private schools, three railway stations and an abundance of sports, locals here want for nothing.

    It’s no wonder that Brighton residents never want to leave.

    Explore Brighton
    Brighton
    Famous for its brightly-coloured beach boxes.
    Map Image
    Click to see the map
    Schools & Landmarks
    All
    Primary
    Secondary
    Special