77 Laburnum Street, blackburn
876sqm (approx.) of land and brilliant dual street frontage
Showcasing an outstanding 876sqm (approx.) block and excellent dual street frontage, this inspired 3 bedroom corner residence is one of the best development opportunities in Blackburn just a stone's throw to all the charm and convenience of Blackburn Station Village!
You won't find a more appealing block in the area than this corner beauty. Developers will have the potential to build a boutique apartment complex or dazzling new townhouses on the site (both STCA), with this popular and in-demand suburb meaning there will be no shortage of buyers for the finished contemporary residences. This home also offers appealing rental returns in the interim, as you wait for plans and permits to be approved.
Incredibly liveable in its current condition, the property offers up enormous lounge and dining with an open plan design, generous kitchen with space for meals, all bedrooms with built-in robes including the large main bedroom which also has a unique period ceiling, well-appointed bathroom with private toilet, laundry, ducted heating, additional gas heater, large rear garden, and single garage and single secure carport accessed via Main Street.
Your shot at village life is right here for the taking, with charming shops and cafes, IGA supermarket, and the train station within view. You're also close to Morton Park, Furness Park, Blackburn Lake Sanctuary, Blackburn Primary School, St. Thomas the Apostle Primary School, Blackburn High School, Forest Hill Chase, Blackburn South Shopping Centre, and local buses.
Recent Sales in blackburnSales Data supplied by REIV
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|1/1 Grosvenor St, blackburn||3||Unit||Private Sale|
Suburb Profile blackburn
Blackburn North is located 16 km east of the CBD. Located in Melbourne's east within the boundaries of Middleborough Road Springvale Road and the Koonung Creek Blackburn North is a primarily residential suburb. Like a number of suburbs in this part of Melbourne the population has decreased and aged significantly over the 1981-1996 period. The suburb also features the Blackburn North Shopping Centre and Hewlett Packard Industries.More about this suburb