41-43 Percival Street, preston
2 Homes on 1 Title = Unique Development Opportunity
Two classic homes side by side plus an enormous factory poised on a magnificent 879 square metre approx allotment with wide frontage, presents the astute buyer with the kind of development site (STCA) you could spend a lifetime searching for.
The homes, with plenty of character are perfectly comfortable to rent out, while you consider your options and submit plans and permits for multi development approval.
Each home provides two bedrooms, living and dining rooms, kitchen/meals area, bathroom, 2 toilets, concrete courtyard areas and their own driveway of which one has roller door access to the factory.
Back in the 50’s the factory was built to house a highly successful award winning knitwear business. It’s massive 262.4 square metre approx space with office, kitchen and laundry, spans the whole length of both homes.
Boasting a prized north-facing position, footsteps from cosmopolitan High Street offering excellent shopping, cafes, eateries and transport, this unique property is a golden opportunity that’s destined to change the life of one lucky buyer.
Agent: Woodards Thornbury
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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