5/17 Davison Street, richmond
Easy and well-appointed living steps to Richmond’s best!
Deadline Private Sale Closing Tuesday 5 May at 5.00 (Unless Sold Prior)
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For buyers who have always desired to embrace the fantastic Richmond lifestyle, this spacious and easy care 2 bedroom apartment on the top floor of a low-density complex is your perfect match with living highlights that you’ll cherish.
While owner-occupiers will love enjoying the size and well-appointed interiors, investors will also appreciate the chance to begin or add to their thriving property portfolio. Features include a sizeable living/meals zone, light-filled and private kitchen with quality appliances, both bedrooms with BIRs including the generous main bedroom, renovated and bright bathroom with bath/shower combo and laundry facilities, and car space on title accessed via secure remote gate entry.
Moments to Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre, trendy cafes for your morning coffee, a diverse range of terrific Victoria Street restaurants, Yarra Primary School, Yarra River Parklands and Main Yarra Trail, Citizens Park, Williams Reserve at the end of the street with playground, trams to the CBD, and North Richmond Station.
Suburb Profile richmond
Richmond is located 3 km east of the CBD. The suburb is home to Melbourne Cricket Ground, hosting Aussie cricket, the Australian Football League and past Commonwealth games. The suburb is well served by Richmond Railway Station and various trams for transport. For shopping, Bridges Road and Swan Street have major label factory outlets, seconds stores and small boutiques. The suburb is home to a variety of food choices from cosy cafes, fine dining, traditional Vietnamese treats or pizza in a pub. The art end of Richmond are along Albert street, home to a number of art galleries. The neighbourhood has a range of open spaces including Barkly Gardens, Church Street Park, Citizens Park, Dame Nellie Melba Memorial Park and O'Connell Reserve.More about this suburb