446 St Georges Road, thornbury
A vision of opportunity
Astute buyers will immediately recognize the potential offered by this original post Edwardian home with options for homeowners to renovate to their own style, investors to rent out or builders to replace it with something new.
Positioned on a corner low-maintenance allotment, with tram at its doorstep, the character period façade, with verandah, opens to a spacious layout under high ceilings, beginning with a wide entry leading to two bedrooms. A third bedroom is at the rear, as is the bathroom, laundry and second toilet.
The living room is a generous size with mantel and gas space heater, while the dining room/4th bedroom features a period fireplace with mirrored mantel surround.
The kitchen, with its timber veneer cabinets, is typically 1970's and includes a meals area.
The courtyard at the rear is very private and along with the brick remote controlled single garage is accessed via Murray Street.
Located in a most vibrant suburb, it's within easy reach of cosmopolitan High Streets shopping and latte precinct, schools, transport, beautiful parklands and Preston Market.
The land is included in a Residential Growth Zone - Shedule 1
Recent Sales in thornburySales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|100 Ballantyne St, thornbury||3||House (Res)||Passed in at Auction|
|4/42 Clarendon St, thornbury||2||Apartment||Passed in Vendor Bid|
|44 Harold St, thornbury||2||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
Suburb Profile thornbury
Thornbury is located 7 km north-east of the CBD. Located between the Merri Creek in the west and the Darebin Creek in the east Thornbury is residential suburb with significant areas of commercial activity especially along High St. It is a multicultural community with the Italian Greek and Chinese communities being well represented. Thornbury also features many areas of open space including the Hayes Mayer Penders and John Cain Memorial Parks and the Sir Douglas Nicholls Reserve.More about this suburb