7 Tyrrell Avenue , blackburn
Almost 1200sqm of stunning Blackburn opportunity
Possessing an astonishing amount of land (1188m2 approx.) and in one of the suburb's premier streets with direct access to scenic parklands, this charming and spacious weatherboard family home is one of the most coveted development opportunities in all of Blackburn.
Boasting a north-facing rear, a wide block measuring over 21 metres across and zoned GRZ1 this appealing site is sure to be snapped up by developers wanting to build multiple townhouses/units on the land or a grand and modern new family home (STCA).
The property itself has been wonderfully cared for over the years. An expansive formal lounge boasts an open fireplace and a small study room, with the lounge area flowing into the sun-filled formal dining which could also be used as a peaceful and private retreat. Parquetry floors dominate the spacious family and meals hub as well as the timber kitchen which features appliances including a Miele dishwasher, meanwhile 3 of the bedrooms have built-in robes and there are 2 tasteful bathrooms to choose from.
There is a remarkable amount of land at the rear, with the area enjoying access to the neighbouring park which also has a playground. Other home features include a laundry, ducted heating, split-system cooling, secure alarm, garden shed, large undercover storage area, and a sizeable single remote garage.
Right near North Blackburn Shopping Centre, Blackburn High School, Blackburn Primary School, Old Orchard Primary School, Blackburn Station Village, Cootamundra Walk, Koonung Park, Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, buses, and the Eastern Freeway.
Recent Sales in blackburnSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|2/21 Laburnum St, blackburn||3||Unit||Auction Sale|
|36A Sheehans Rd, blackburn||5||House (Res)||Passed in Vendor Bid|
Suburb Profile blackburn
Blackburn is located 16 km east of the CBD. Bounded by Whitehorse Road in the north and Canterbury Road in the south Blackburn is a mixed-use suburb primarily of a residential and commercial nature. The Belgrave Railway line and the Blackburn Creek traverse the suburb with the latter being accompanied by a park system. The suburb also features the Blackburn Lake Sanctuary.More about this suburb