1 & 2/18 Hillside Crescent, blackburn
Cream of the Crop is this Brand new Townhouse privately located in a convenient Blackburn location, with low maintenance living and private court yard.
You have extensive transport, shopping, dining and entertainment at your doorstop in this ideal pocket. This modern double town residence features 4 robed bedrooms, all in good proportion (4th bedroom or study) and 3 elegant bathrooms for effortless living, plus an extra powder room for guests.
A bright living room flows into the meals and kitchen area featuring gas cooking and opens onto the private and secure court yard for your leisure and enjoyment. An added bonus is the two additional living areas for the family to spread out and enjoy the space.
Conveniently serviced by Box Hill Central, Blackburn and Blackburn North Shopping Centre. 300m (5 min walk) to both Box Hill High School and Laburnum Primary School and 300m (5 min walk) to Laburnum Train Station offering a 20 minute train ride into the Melbourne CBD.
Access via Middleborough Rd is the Eastern Freeway accessing the CBD and EastLink, Whitehorse Road, and Westfield Doncaster.
Gardening maintenance included in rent costs.
Names and numbers of property have been updated by council to 18 Hillside Crescent and 1A Park Street, Blackburn. When applying for property please use these addresses.
Please note, as the rent of this property is over $350 per week, the owner has the discretion to request a higher bond. This will be discussed at the time of application.
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Suburb Profile blackburn
Blackburn North is located 16 km east of the CBD. Located in Melbourne's east within the boundaries of Middleborough Road Springvale Road and the Koonung Creek Blackburn North is a primarily residential suburb. Like a number of suburbs in this part of Melbourne the population has decreased and aged significantly over the 1981-1996 period. The suburb also features the Blackburn North Shopping Centre and Hewlett Packard Industries.More about this suburb