5/45 Southey Street, elwood
Location and Lifestyle
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Delight in the surrounds and the ambience of this bright, top floor corner home in one of Elwood’s most secluded and sought-after locations. Enjoying the beauty of the tree-lined streetscape and only minutes from the beach, this beautifully presented, recently updated, gem features secure entry, generous living and dining area, private balcony nestled in the tree tops, separate, gourmet kitchen with tiled splashbacks and integrated dishwasher, sparkling bathroom complete with laundry facilities, discretely hidden behind the door and separate toilet. Both bedrooms are large, light-filled and feature built in robes, the second doubles as a perfect home office. All these features culminate in presenting a wonderfully endearing home in a perfect lifestyle location.
This welcoming home boasts split system air conditioning, striking plantation shutters throughout, high quality floor coverings, undercover car park and a location second to none with Elwood Beach, St Kilda Botanical Gardens, Point Ormond Lookout, Elsternwick Park, Acland Street shops, restaurants, cafes and transport all close by.
This fantastic apartment is a part of a tightly held, well maintained block and is perfect for the astute investor, downsizer, lifestyle seeker or first home buyer looking for an idyllic, low-maintenance home.
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Recent Sales in elwoodSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|42 Dickens St, elwood||3||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
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|5/127 Brighton Rd, elwood||2||Apartment||Expression of Interest|
Suburb Profile elwood
A bayside suburb, Elwood is 8 km south of Melbourne, the neighbourhood is known for its leafy streets and suburban character. Elwood has a significant stock of flats and apartments from the turn of the century onwards. The neighbourhood is one of the more densely settled within the City of Port Phillip. Visitors and locals are drawn to the beach and the cafes and restaurants in local shopping strips, including Ormond Road centres. The eastern part of the neighbourhood is served by Ripponlea station on the Sandringham rail line. Other notable physical features include Point Ormond.More about this suburb