Commanding wonderful city views from its elevated position, this imposing solid brick c1950's residence's enticing original charm, impressive proportions and deep private northeast facing 1069sqm approx. allotment suggests exciting options to renovate or alternatively to rebuild or develop (STCA).
Superbly presented to enjoy now while considering plans to extend and update, the light-filled dimensions combine period features with current day comfort. The wide entrance hall introduces a gracious sitting room with stone feature fireplace and a formal dining room with a decorative mantelpiece. Timber floors flow through the superbly appointed modern kitchen and the expansive living and dining room opening out to the deep, entirely private northeast garden with pool and spa. On the ground level there are three double bedrooms with built in robes and a pristine bathroom. The spacious main bedroom with en suite and walk in robe is upstairs alongside a 5th bedroom offering sensational city views.
Enviably situated close to Burwood station, Leo's Supermarket, Toorak Rd trams, Ashburton and Burwood Villages, a range of schools, Hartwell Sportsground, bike paths and Summerhill Park, it also includes a powder-room, laundry, workshop and basement garage. Due Diligence Checklist
Live Like a Local
Tucked away in Melbourne’s inner east, Glen Iris offers a village-like atmosphere conveniently close to the city. Abundant with plantlife, it’s hard to miss this suburb’s connection with the natural world. Sprawling over undulating hills, there’s pretty parks, leafy cycling routes and walking trails, all canopied by established trees. Attracting families and professionals young and old, you’ll find a diverse community looking for a slower pace of life with the space and cafe culture to enjoy it. Spend your weekends at the local swimming pool – topped off by a delicious meal at one of the many quirky eateries – or pack a picnic and head to gorgeous Gardiners Creek. Well-connected by train, roads and bicycle paths, you’re never too far away from the city if you need it – but you’ll probably find you never want to leave.