SOLD FOR RECORD PRICE
Distinguished with charming original character from its superb corner 727sqm approx. allotment in RGZ3 zoning, this classic family home promotes premium investment potential, multi-unit development or up to 5-storey apartment prospects in the Residential Growth Zone 3 (STCA).
Strategically positioned in a location that speaks of convenience with an unlimited array of amenities within walking distance, including Clayton Nth Primary, Monash Medical Centre, Monash University, shops, restaurants and public transport. While Huntingdale Golf Club, parklands and Monash Freeway all rest close at hand.
Traditionally styled to embrace zoned living, the lounge room features a gas log fire, whilst the kitchen benefits from a plethora of bench space, functional appliances including dishwasher plus breakfast bench, conveniently placed to overlook a large meals area with adjoining family zone.
All three bedrooms are generously proportioned and boast built-in-robes, serviced by a central bathroom with toilet, accompanied by a large laundry with shower and additional upright gas stove.
Outside, growing families will appreciate the large backyard and paved undercover entertaining space with convenient outdoor wash station.
Notably appointed with high ceilings, ducted heating, ceiling fan to family room plus a double carport. Presenting a once in a lifetime opportunity for builders and developers to take advantage in this prime lifestyle pocket.
Please call Steven Zhang on 0450 365 000.
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