Enjoyed by the one family since new, this classic 1960s brick-veneer home offers immediately enjoyable living along with endless opportunities for those looking to renovate, rebuild or possibly redevelop (SCTA). Immaculately presented throughout, the home's current floorplan comprises three bedrooms (including large master) all with BIRs, spotless bathroom and separate WC, spacious lounge through to the light-filled dining area and updated kitchen. Features include gas heating, a/c, plus an expansive backyard garden complete with secure carport and tandem double garage via side driveway. Walking distance to local kindergarten and schools (including PEGS, Keilor Heights PS and Essendon Keilor College), Valley Lake/Steele Creek parks and trails, close to Centreway shops/cafes and easy freeway access. Land approx 610sqm. Position and potential!
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