377 Neerim Road, carnegie
Period Appeal with Future Potential
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Built in the 1930s and flaunting the handsome appeal synonymous with the Art Deco era, this much-loved family home showcases many traditional elements of this sought-after period of architecture. With decorative ceiling panels and stunning geometric motifs in the original leadlight, the home’s interiors are warmed by an extensive use of timber accents that highlight the craftmanship of the time.
On a 566sqm corner, an arched portico provides the welcome to a home that has been in the same family for over a generation. Offering an inviting lounge and formal dining room – both with gas fireplaces – the accommodation also features a central family-focused kitchen which looks across a sunlit living area to the patio and established garden. A large sheltered area gives ample space for alfresco entertaining, while also out here is a freestanding studio/home office and lock-up storage shed.
Each of the three bedrooms are well-sized, the peaceful master enjoying a sunny northerly aspect – the rooms share a centrally positioned bathroom and two-way WC. Split system, laundry and secure parking (auto door) accessed off Margaret Street are also included.
Comfortable and homely with the option to update or extend if desired (STCA), the home enjoys a central position just a walk to Murrumbeena Station and merely moments to Chadstone Shopping Centre.
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Suburb Profile carnegie
Located 12 km south-east of the CBD, Carnegie is predominantly a residential area with a great mix of housing types, with parts of the suburb having seen major redevelopment and some still feature older style housing and period homes. Close to Monash University, the suburb is attractive to students. There is a vibrant and lively shopping centre centred around the railway station. The suburb features areas of open space south of the neighbourhood, including Lord Reserve, and Packer and Koornang Parks. Carnegie is well served by public transport with a train line north of the suburb, the Glen Huntly Road tram line and buses run through the suburb.More about this suburb