7/24 Dundas Street, thornbury
Prime Position Hiding in Plain Sight
DEADLINE PRIVATE SALE CLOSING TUESDAY 7 APRIL AT 5PM (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR)
INSPECTIONS STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT - CONTACT AGENT
An exceptional coupling of inner-north living and quiet suburban serenity, this boutique three-bedroom townhouse in Thornbury is the epitome of prime real estate.
Privacy reigns supreme here. Sequestered on the ground floor at the building’s furthest point, you’d never know you were just moments from trams, trains and Thornbury’s plethora of cafes, restaurants, bars and shops.
Standard uniform style has been swapped out for thoughtful design and flourishes – think hardwood timber floors, open-plan spaces and lots of natural light – that bring a special warmth to this residence.
From the bright kitchen and dining area, with stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops and stunning plantation shutters that open onto the leafy courtyard, to the cosy lounge and timber staircase that whisks you upstairs to three bedrooms with built-in robes and bathroom, the floorplan is both clever and cosy.
The most tantalising aspects, though, are the exclusive lap pool out front and the spacious courtyard in the back. The timber deck, festooned with lush trees, steps down to a stunning garden nook and veggie patch, while the lap pool, just feet from the front door, offers a relaxed private spot to splash around with the kids or get in some exercise – all without ever leaving home.
The townhouse's final touches include a laundry room, separate toilet, split systems throughout, secure garage with remote-control access to two car spaces, an ample storage cage and internal access.
Hidden in plain sight on the cusp of Thornbury’s and Preston’s best assets, this townhouse is a rare find and it won’t be around for long.
Whether you’re a first-home buyer or downsizing, a family looking to invest in a convenient position or simply a straight up investor, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.
Suburb Profile thornbury
Thornbury is located 7 km north of Melbourne's CBD. The heart of Thornbury is the Thornbury Village centred on the High Street shopping strip. Smaller shopping precincts are to be found on sections of St Georges Road, Wales Street and Station Street. Thornbury is home to many cafes, bars and nightspots and has a large alternative music culture. The Merri Creek Trail and Darebin Creek Trail run on the west and east boundaries of Thornbury and are popular shared-use recreational paths used by cyclists and walkers. The suburb is a short shuffle from the nearest train, tram or bus. Thornbury features Northcote Golf Club, Darebin International Sports Centre and the Sir Douglas Nicholls Reserve.More about this suburb