32 Stott Street, preston
A Rewarding Lifestyle Close to Preston’s Best
Situated in a quiet residential street close to Preston’s best comforts and conveniences, this lovely four-bedroom weatherboard home promises its new occupants a warm and rewarding lifestyle.
Those who enjoy period touches blended with modern features will revel in the ornate plasterwork, lofty ceilings and original timber floors throughout.
All the living spaces within the home are separate yet neatly connected, promising seamless transitions from space to space. From the lounge, the centre of the home, you can step into a beautifully rejuvenated kitchen equipped with stainless steel freestanding oven and cooktop, full-length pantry, compact wine rack, all framed by original wall tiles and rich wooden-framed window, or the dining room which opens directly onto a spacious back patio shaded by pergola and looking out to a generous backyard.
Out here you’ll discover a great space for the kids to play, birthday parties and cookouts with family and friends, as well as featuring outdoor loo and laundry (both aptly accessible beneath the pergola), that’ll make entertaining and everyday chores a breeze.
Of the four bedrooms, one includes an ornamental fireplace, two have built-in robes and two feature stunning ceiling roses. Depending on your needs the fourth bedroom at the back of the home could easily be transformed into a home office, too.
Final touches include the gleaming bathroom with shower, bathtub and toilet; electric heater in the lounge; and single-space carport, which offers room for an additional uncovered space in the backyard.
Close to the Bell Street/St Georges Road intersection and within easy walking distance of Preston Train Station and St Georges Road trams, each less than 10kms from the city and both which promise a stress-free commute.
You’ve also got the renowned Preston Market for all your fresh produce needs, High Street’s indulgent dining scene and the Gilbert Road-Miller Street shops, cafes and restaurants close by, plus the Ray Bramham Gardens and a variety of government and private primary and secondary schools.
Recent Sales in prestonSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|30 Booth St, preston||Land (Res)||Auction Sale|
|603/9 High St, preston||1||Apartment||Auction Sale|
|15 Mihil St, preston||3||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
Suburb Profile preston
Multicultural Preston is a lively mix of new and long-term residents buying produce at Preston Market and soaking up the arts, cafes and multicultural vibes. Preston is 9 km north from Melbourne's CBD. Preston is well connected by public transport, you can catch a train, bus or tram to get around to Preston Market or Northland Shopping Centre quite easily. Preston features Melbourne Polytechnic Preston Campus, Preston Oval and delicious food wonders on High Street.More about this suburb