Period charm and a Sunnyside position, on 836 sqm approx. with options
A superb position within the Sunnyside Estate frames the family lifestyle choices offered by this expansive 836m2 (approx.) allotment. Situated in the heart of Melbourne's most elite public and private schools, just paces from Anderson Park, with transport at the doorstep, and easy access to Camberwell Junction, the Monash freeway and the CBD.
This wide 18m site offers excellent improvement potential or prospects for a luxurious new home (STCA).
Solid brick home built in 1930 approx that provides immediate comfort and charm, with beautiful period features and light filled generously proportioned floorplan. Strapped plaster ceilings, picture rails, and timber mantles enrich the sunny north-facing, formal lounge and dining spaces; while daily living is enjoyed from an expansive kitchen with adjoining meal area and family room, spilling onto a sundrenched alfresco deck amid the tranquil gardens.
Offering functionality and comfort, the home has four large, robed bedrooms and two central bathrooms, including a master bedroom with bright bay window and walk-in robe. It has abundant storage, split system a/c, hydronic heating, and security alarm, large laundry, wide driveway, carport off the entry, tandem brick garage, and generous off-street parking with plenty of room to manoeuvre your car and drive straight onto Burke Road .
Positioned minutes from Camberwell Junctions plethora of entertainment, including renowned restaurants and tasty cafes, boutique shopping, Camberwell Station, fresh food market, and the Rivoli Cinemas. Zoned for the esteemed public schools of Camberwell Primary, Auburn High, and Canterbury Girls. The area has endless options for Melbourne's finest private colleges with easy direct access to transport, including Camberwell Girls and Boys, Carey Grammar, Scotch College, St Kevins, and MLC.
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