19 Elinda Place Reservoir, VIC 3073

Sold for $352,000 on 5 Sep 2015
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

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Townhouse in Reservoir

Contemporary, Low Maintenance Living

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

SOLD BY RAY GIARDINA 0417 107 772 - Securely positioned within an established residential development only minutes away from a wide selection of lifestyle options, a fantastic opportunity awaits the busy professional, first home buyer, empty nester or astute investor to snap up an immaculately presented Townhouse that captures the essence of low maintenance living.

Both Keon Park train station and the Metropolitan Ring Road are just a short distance down the road, providing quick and easy access to the CBD, while convenient access to the Thomastown Homemaker Centre, La Trobe University, Northland Shopping Centre, Epping Plaza Shopping Centre and scenic parks adds further appeal.

Inside, a zoned two-storey interior delights with its radiant appearance, low maintenance aspect and contemporary edge. It's also complete with all the modern luxuries today's lifestyle demands gas ducted heating, split-system cooling and tiled flooring for easy maintenance!

Downstairs floorplan boasts a spacious lounge that offers a welcomed retreat, while modern style defines the well-appointed kitchen, equipped with a 600mm stainless steel cooker, stainless steel dishwasher and generous storage options. Indoor-outdoor living is also made possible through the interior's seamless integration with a maintenance-free courtyard.

Zoned living positions all bedrooms in the privacy of the upstairs layout; Master bedroom enjoys the benefits of large walk-in robes and two-way bathroom access.

Finished with a large separate laundry, single garage with rear roller door and visitor parking, it's a smart choice for a host of buyers.

  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Close To Transport
  • Single Garage






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