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Close to the beach, schools, Church Street and Were Street's Village shops and cafes, this is an opportunity too good to miss. There's 555 square metres (approx) of land, a three-bedroom 1960s-era house, and a location that's walking distance to the best Brighton amenities. Families will love being around the corner from Brighton Beach Primary School, a block away from St Joan of Arc Primary School and Xavier's Kostka Hall Campus is nearby. You can walk to Church Street or Brighton and Hampton beaches in minutes, and train stations are nearby. Buying here give you the best of both worlds. Build something spectacular (STCA) in a desirable neighbourhood, or renovate with existing plans (STCA) and enhance the open-plan design and light-filled living areas. There's the convenience of an additional carport with rear lane access from Maher Street, and a large self-contained teenage retreat with kitchenette and bathroom. The perfect opportunity in a prime location.
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    New Opportunity On 555 sqm
    New Opportunity On 555 sqm
    Buyers from $1,350,000 should inspect.

    Close to the beach, schools, Church Street and Were Street's Village shops and cafes, this is an opportunity too good to miss. There's 555 square metres (approx) of land, a three-bedroom 1960s-era house, and a location that's walking distance to the best Brighton amenities. Families will love being around the corner from Brighton Beach Primary School, a block away from St Joan of Arc Primary School and Xavier's Kostka Hall Campus is nearby. You can walk to Church Street or Brighton and Hampton beaches in minutes, and train stations are nearby. Buying here give you the best of both worlds. Build something spectacular (STCA) in a desirable neighbourhood, or renovate with existing plans (STCA) and enhance the open-plan design and light-filled living areas. There's the convenience of an additional carport with rear lane access from Maher Street, and a large self-contained teenage retreat with kitchenette and bathroom. The perfect opportunity in a prime location. Due Diligence Checklist
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    Brighton
    Median residential price
    $2,350,000
    2 bedroom
    $965,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,300,000
    4 bedroom
    $3,512,500
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    2 bedroom
    $1,655,000
    3 bedroom
    $2,390,000
    4 bedroom
    $4,125,000
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