6 Seymour Street, preston
Your Vision Starts Here
Leaving you with choices beyond your wildest dreams, is this period home resting on a generous level block of around 441 square metres approx.
The period weatherboard home is a product of its era, displaying plenty of character, which may instill homebuyers with the desire to create their own showpiece with a masterful renovation and extension project (STCA).
Under high ceilings, the home currently provides three bedrooms, lounge/4th bedroom, open family/meals and timber kitchen, original bathroom and utility room opening to a big backyard with covered outdoor area and wide side driveway to double garage.
Savvy developers will no doubt see the potential to accommodate a new luxury residence or contemporary townhouses (STCA) and capitalize on the location’s sensational lifestyle appeal.
The home is perfectly comfortable to live in or rent out until your plans come into fruition and with Plenty Road tram, cosmopolitan High Street’s shops and cafes, Bell Street, train station and Preston Market nearby, you can dream big and bring your vision to life.
Agent: Woodards Thornbury
Recent Sales in prestonSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|131 Gower St, preston||3||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
|1/9 Adams St, preston||2||Unit||Auction Sale|
|2/45 Beatrice St, preston||2||Townhouse (Res)||Auction Sale|
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