5 Gladstone Grove, south melbourne
See the standout potential in this charming Victorian terrace!
Exhibiting fantastic Victorian charm and nestled in the quietest of South Melbourne pockets which has you so close to the best of the suburb as well as the iconic CBD, this exclusive 2 bedroom terrace is an inner city delight that will be impossible to ignore!
Positioned in the peaceful Gladstone Grove, this original is ready for a modern transformation, while the potential to build up and extend at the rear will also be a tantalising proposition (STCA).
Inside, you’ll love the period features on display, including hardwood timber floors, high ceilings, decorative ceiling roses and wide skirting boards. The home comprises of a relaxed lounge with skylight window, flowing through to the meals area and kitchen which has been updated to include stainless steel Glem oven and cooktop, two well-sized bedrooms both with built-in robe storage and vanity, quality central bathroom, large laundry room accessed at the rear, panel heating, back courtyard.
You can’t beat this stunning location which has you close to South Melbourne Market, Clarendon Street shops and restaurants, Sol Green Reserve with playground, trams, and all the amazing attractions of Southbank, Docklands, and the CBD. You’re also located in the Albert Park College and South Melbourne Primary School zones.
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Suburb Profile south melbourne
The established neighbourhood of South Melbourne is between the south bank of the Yarra River and Port Phillip Bay, located two kilometres south of Melbourne. The housing stock dates primarily from the Victorian era with a significant stock of high rise public housing from the 1960s and 1970s. The neighbourhoods are well served by several tramlines and the St Kilda light rail line. The South Melbourne activity centre, including Clarendon Street and the South Melbourne Market, attracts local and regional visitors. Significant established business precincts offer a location for small and medium size firms close to central Melbourne. Other notable physical features include the South Melbourne Town Hall and the South Melbourne Soccer Ground.More about this suburb