16 Cherry Orchard Rise, box hill north
Enchanting and light-filled with brilliant potential
Displaying fantastic natural light, generous north-facing central living, and a tranquil garden haven at the very rear, this delightful 3 bedroom plus study, 2 bathroom residence has an inviting feel and plenty of scope for improvement.
Primed for ultimate renovation or liveable as is, this property is also situated on a 580sqm (approx.) allotment and could be converted into a brand new home (STCA). An open plan central living zone has a northerly aspect and two separate areas to be used for lounge, rumpus, or dining activities. A dedicated meals zone can be found right next to the kitchen, which impresses with quality timber cabinetry and gas stove.
The master bedroom has wonderful space and access to built-in robes and a very spacious ensuite, while the two other bedrooms with BIRs sit right near the modern central bathroom. At the rear, a leafy garden is a charming place to relax, meanwhile an undercover courtyard sits just off a versatile bungalow which has a powder room and is perfect to be used as an office or teenager's retreat. There is also an elevated deck for further entertaining options.
Other extras include a dedicated study, laundry, ducted heating, air-conditioning, and double carport. In the Blackburn High School and Kerrimuir Primary School zones, and close to Koonung Creek Reserve, Koonung Creek Trail, Westfield Doncaster Shopping Centre, Kerrimuir Shopping strip, local buses and Eastern Freeway.
Recent Sales in box hill northSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|4 Cherry Orchard Rise, box hill north||3||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
|60 Eram Rd, box hill north||5||House (Res)||Private Sale|
Suburb Profile box hill north
Box Hill North is located 15 km east of the CBD. Bounded in the north by the Koonung Creek and Middleborough and Elgar Rds in the east and west Box Hill North is a residential area in Melbourne's east. Box Hill North features a number of parks including Memorial Springfield and Eram Park of which the latter straddles the northern boundary. Like a number of suburbs in this part of Melbourne the population has decreased and aged significantly over the 1981-1996 period.More about this suburb