EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 27TH NOVEMBER AT 12:00NOON
** In line with current Government restrictions, we are conducting property inspections by private appointment only and complying with Covid safe requirements. Please contact the Agent for further information and to arrange a private appointment **
When you want potential but comfort to enjoy straight away, then 11 Byron Street could just be the home for you. Offering character and charm along with alfresco spaces to entertain, this superbly appealing home occupies a prime Elwood position within an easy walk of trams, Ripponlea station and Tennyson Street village and moments to the zoned Elwood Primary School and beautiful beaches. One of a classic Federation duo, there is plenty to love about this attractive property. Featuring warm timber floors and soaring ceilings, there are also two original fireplaces that remain from its early days. Situated at the heart of the floorplan, the spacious lounge is peaceful and inviting this room gives access to the bright kitchen that offers a stainless steel oven and scope for casual meals. But it is the rear garden that is the real highlight, providing fabulous options for enjoying the fresh air and gathering with friends, this zone also offers the added bonus of rear right of way access. A fitted study zone is yet another desirable inclusion for those working from home, whilst two oversized double bedrooms along with a central fully-tiled bathroom, large laundry, ducted heating and security are all on offer.
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