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28 Black Street Reservoir, VIC 3073

Sold for $592,500 on 14 May 2016
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car
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SOLD BY VICTORIA MITSINIKOS 0474 054 160

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Car

SOLD BY VICTORIA MITSINIKOS 0474 054 160 Perfect as an investment yet equally appealing as a first home or downsizing option, enjoy the benefits of location and low maintenance inside this sleek and stylish executive residence. And with walking distance access to schools (Reservoir Views Primary School and St Stephen's Primary School), Ruthven train station, bus services and the bustling Reservoir Shopping Village, you can also add a carefree lifestyle to the list of benefits on offer here!

For investors looking for a solid investment, its close proximity to La Trobe University and Plenty Rd trams makes it ideal for student accommodation. Yet for those with an appreciation of the finer things in life and a desire to call this place home, you'll fall head over heels for the excellence in craftsmanship, attention to detail, ultra-modern character and high quality fit-out.

Rich timber floorboards gleam beneath the high ceilings and through the radiant open-plan living, which delights with its huge sense of open space, generous living and dining area, integration with a decked alfresco and show-stopping kitchen, crafted with waterfall benchtops, trendy cabinetry and quality stainless steel appliances.

Three bedroom with access to downstairs bathroom or a study option for a professional couple with the master bedroom has walk-in wardrobe.

Complete with its own stylish frontage, gas ducted heating, split-system cooling, downstairs bathroom and a single garage, this is Reservoir living at its stylish and convenient best!

Features:
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Single Garage
Bedrooms:

3

Bathrooms:

2

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