205 Smith Street, thornbury
Prime Corner Block in Thornbury’s Heart
$1,100,000 - $1,200,000
DEADLINE PRIVATE SALE CLOSING MONDAY 17 AUGUST AT 5.00 (Unless Sold Prior)
INSPECTIONS STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT - CONTACT AGENT
Positioned over three allotments on a fabulous and quiet corner block, this three-bedroom home beckons renovators and developers alike (land size 501m² approx) (STCA).
Imbued with character – think beautifully ornate embellished ceilings and cornices, bottle-glass doors, a complementary mix of rich timber and bagged walls and two original fireplaces – this family home is infused with equal parts warmth and wonder worthy of being uplifted.
Inside you’ll discover a kitchen with space for dining and/or an office nook, ensuring meal times and post-work cravings are easily satisfied.
When it’s time to take your dining experience to the next level (hello, dinner parties), migrate those cosy meals from the kitchen to the additional, more private dining space with a fireplace, which can then be opened and extended out to a light and bright lounge – also with a fireplace. Here, ambience is never far away.
On the other side of the kitchen you’ll find a sunroom, laundry, powder room and access to parking and a verdant backyard complete with a gorgeous little cubby house.
Capping off all this is the home’s stunning location, which offers an exceptional balance of quiet suburban comfort without sacrificing those all-important handy conveniences like St George’s Rd trams, Thornbury Station, the Miller Street and High Street shops, and local parklands.
This is a rare and exciting opportunity. Dare to dream. Book an inspection today.
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Suburb Profile thornbury
Thornbury is located 7 km north of Melbourne's CBD. The heart of Thornbury is the Thornbury Village centred on the High Street shopping strip. Smaller shopping precincts are to be found on sections of St Georges Road, Wales Street and Station Street. Thornbury is home to many cafes, bars and nightspots and has a large alternative music culture. The Merri Creek Trail and Darebin Creek Trail run on the west and east boundaries of Thornbury and are popular shared-use recreational paths used by cyclists and walkers. The suburb is a short shuffle from the nearest train, tram or bus. Thornbury features Northcote Golf Club, Darebin International Sports Centre and the Sir Douglas Nicholls Reserve.More about this suburb