18 Perth Street, murrumbeena
Edwardian Charm with Today's Comforts
Another successful marketing campaign by Team Newbond at Woodards Carnegie - considering selling call Cedric 0418 326 174 or Maria 0407 359 676 for exceptional service: None of the charm and beauty of the Edwardian period was lost in creating a home (c. 1912) to suit modern tastes. Instead, carefully considered renovations and extensions have enhanced the warmth and character of the residence and added further to the comfort and contentment for the inhabitants.
What a peaceful relaxing home this is! It's great to see the high ceilings, the rich lustre of Baltic pine floorboards, and the 4 open fireplaces with timber overmantels as well as the other period details but it is also a pleasure to have ducted heating, evaporative cooling upstairs, abundant storage and the other desirable inclusions.
There is a formal sitting room, a separate dining room, and a large relaxing open-plan family room that has it all - dado panelling, built-in bookcases, a window seat with storage, dining and sitting areas, a slow combustion fire, and an excellent kitchen with European appliances and a breakfast bar. A hideaway study is another bonus. The master bedroom is on the ground floor, zoned apart from the 3 bedrooms and the 2nd bathroom upstairs. (All bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.)
A lovely private rear garden has outdoor entertaining space and the allotment size is approx. 488sqm. To the north of the train line, the property is close to Murrumbeena Primary School, Boyd Park, buses, trains, local shops, and cafes, and Chadstone.
Recent Sales in murrumbeenaSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|104/121 Murrumbeena Rd, murrumbeena||2||Apartment||Passed in at Auction|
|6/14 Wahroongaa Cr, murrumbeena||3||Townhouse (Res)||Private Sale|
Suburb Profile murrumbeena
Murrumbeena is located 13 km south-east of the CBD. Bounded by Princes Hwy in the north and North Rd in the south Murrumbeena is a predominantly residential suburb in Melbourne's south-east. The suburb is split by the Dandenong Railway Line with the area surrounding the Murrumbeena Station providing a small retail and commercial focus. The suburb also features a number of parks such as the Murrumbeena Park and the Duncan MacKinnon Reserve.More about this suburb