Woodards. 101 Years of Remarkable. click here to find out more
128 Bank Street, south melbourne
A rare South Melbourne find
Nestled in a quiet, broad street in the heart of South Melbourne, this classic Victorian terrace with courtyard is just waiting to be discovered. A rare and exciting opportunity to re-imagine the future, there is enticing scope for a modern renovation or possible multi level development (STCA; Commercial 2 Zone, no Heritage Overlay).
In an unbeatable locale, a short walk to Clarendon Street’s eclectic bars, cafes and transport, this is an ideal blank canvas opportunity for the savvy renovator/developer seeking potential for strong growth in one of Melbourne's premier city-edge suburbs.
It features two generous bedrooms, separate kitchen, living and dining areas, neat bathroom and a private, north facing courtyard for outdoor entertaining, plus traditional high ceilings, a striking feature fireplace and split system heating/AC.
A stroll to South Melbourne Market, MSAC, Crown, the Botanic Gardens and a short walk or tram ride into the city centre, this lovely home boasts an enviable position close to everything with the added advantage of the area’s village atmosphere and second frontage to Cecilina Lane.
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The established neighbourhood of South Melbourne is between the south bank of the Yarra River and Port Phillip Bay, located two kilometres south of Melbourne. The housing stock dates primarily from the Victorian era with a significant stock of high rise public housing from the 1960s and 1970s. The neighbourhoods are well served by several tramlines and the St Kilda light rail line. The South Melbourne activity centre, including Clarendon Street and the South Melbourne Market, attracts local and regional visitors. Significant established business precincts offer a location for small and medium size firms close to central Melbourne. Other notable physical features include the South Melbourne Town Hall and the South Melbourne Soccer Ground.More about this suburb