5 Flinders Avenue Canterbury


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Rare Court Location Siding Parkland

Sited on approximately 709sqm and located at the end of a desired court whilst siding onto private parkland - this is supremely rare real estate.

The attractive period clinker brick residence with delightful archway entry showcases character and a sizeable interior across a single level in excellent condition.

Polished floorboards adorn the lounge room which adjoins the separate dining room that enjoys garden outlooks from every window. Large kitchen and adjoining meals area are accompanied by additional utility room, laundry and main bathroom. Bedding accommodation is found through three double rooms which all have built in robes and new carpets. Added features of the home include ducted heating, freshly painted, high ceilings and garage with workshop area.

Outdoor areas consist of manicured front gardens plus an extensive rear yard which utilises the siding parkland as an extension of your own backyard.

The property possesses the potential for a grand redevelopment of a luxury brand new forever home, multiple home site or an addition/extension utilising the well-maintained current residence (STA).

An elite lifestyle location by Shrublands Creek reserve and just moments from Maling Road, Canterbury train station and gardens and some of Melbourne's premier schooling options.

Truly a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Land: 709sqm

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Property Features

  • Land Size : 709.00 m2
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Property ID: 3454666

Chris Cain

Chris Cain

0419 140 765

Bryan Cain

Bryan Cain

0418 320 525

Location map for 5 Flinders Avenue Canterbury

Contact Office

J A Cain

1156 Toorak Road

Camberwell 3124

T 03 9805 2900

F 03 9805 2999

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