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If you have been searching for outstanding development or renovation opportunity in Kew then look no further. This ideal property has no heritage overlay (Residential Zone 3 - NRZ3) and is situated directly opposite Victoria Park and Kew Cricket Ground. A short walk to Adeney Milk Bar Cafe and to some of Melbourne's finest private schools. Plus the Harp or Kew Junction shops including Leo's Fine Foods, Toscanos, cafes and restaurants; also close proximity to the Kew Recreation Centre and public transport options along Cotham Road or High Street.

Spanning a generous flat allotment of 652sqm with rear access, the site is currently occupied by the same family since being built in 1986 and well-maintained since then. Offering an exceptional opportunity for new home builders, developers or renovators to snap up this property for redevelopment, alternatively renovators with vision could update its original interior to provide a home in keeping with today's family lifestyle expectations (STCA). The accommodation features an entrance foyer flowing to a sitting and dining room combined, four bedrooms, main with WIR, three zoned to the rear, a dual access period-style bathroom, powder room, and laundry plus an original kitchen with a north-facing family room, paved outdoor alfresco area and an external self-contained bungalow, with living/bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette, in a deep rear garden. Other features include ducted cooling, air conditioner, garden shed, front off-street parking and rear lane access.

Land size: 652sqm approx.
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Partner, Licensed Estate Agent
Nikki Van Gulick
Director, Auctioneer
James Tostevin
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    No Heritage Overlay
    No Heritage Overlay
    If you have been searching for outstanding development or renovation opportunity in Kew then look no further. This ideal property has no heritage overlay (Residential Zone 3 - NRZ3) and is situated directly opposite Victoria Park and Kew Cricket Ground. A short walk to Adeney Milk Bar Cafe and to some of Melbourne's finest private schools. Plus the Harp or Kew Junction shops including Leo's Fine Foods, Toscanos, cafes and restaurants; also close proximity to the Kew Recreation Centre and public transport options along Cotham Road or High Street.

    Spanning a generous flat allotment of 652sqm with rear access, the site is currently occupied by the same family since being built in 1986 and well-maintained since then. Offering an exceptional opportunity for new home builders, developers or renovators to snap up this property for redevelopment, alternatively renovators with vision could update its original interior to provide a home in keeping with today's family lifestyle expectations (STCA). The accommodation features an entrance foyer flowing to a sitting and dining room combined, four bedrooms, main with WIR, three zoned to the rear, a dual access period-style bathroom, powder room, and laundry plus an original kitchen with a north-facing family room, paved outdoor alfresco area and an external self-contained bungalow, with living/bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette, in a deep rear garden. Other features include ducted cooling, air conditioner, garden shed, front off-street parking and rear lane access.

    Land size: 652sqm approx. Due Diligence Checklist
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