110 Scott Grove, kingsbury
Kingsbury’s Grove of Potential
Situated on a 561sqm allotment in a serene Kingsbury pocket opposite lush parklands, this three-bedroom mid-century home – a strong, sturdy and beautifully zoned build – is prime real estate for first-home buyers, growing families, renovators and developers in what is fast becoming the next sought-after suburb in Melbourne’s north.
The main living domains include a large living room with original fireplace mantle, which opens onto a light and generous kitchen and dining area. Here you’ll find rich timber cabinetry and a breakfast bar looking out to a positively huge backyard by today’s standards.
Step outside beneath a mammoth pergola onto the concrete patio, perfect for weekend barbecues with family and friends, and soak up the sunny views of green grass and flowers that offers plenty of space for the kids to play. You’ll also have easy access to the shed and single car garage here, too.
Back inside, sequestered down the hall apart from the main living areas, each of the three bedrooms feature ornate ceiling roses, antique lighting and built-in robes.
Laundry, powder room, ducted heating throughout and living room air conditioner at another layer of comfort and convenience to the home.
Finally, the location is truly divine. Scott Grove is a no-through road, so the only traffic you’ll encounter is local. Better still, parklands and the Darebin Creek Trail are quite literally on your doorstep – the great outdoors have never been more accessible – and it’ll lead you to Plenty Road’s 86 tram service and towards Summerhill Shopping Centre. You’re also a leisurely walk to Kingsbury and Reservoir East primary schools, Reservoir High School and La Trobe University, while the aforementioned tram takes you all the way to RMIT’s Bundoora campus.
Suburb Profile kingsbury
Kingsbury is a small residential suburb located 12 km north-east from the CBD. Kingsbury is well connected by public transport travelling to La Trobe University and RMIT Bundoora Campus is quick and easy. The suburb features the K.P. Hardiman C.W. Kirkwood and John Hall Reserves all of which bound the Darebin Creek.More about this suburb