109 Banks Street Alderley
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Unique, grand scale family home offers outstanding potential
Sitting on a sprawling 809sqm block with an impressive wide frontage the aptly named "Pen-y-bryn", or 'Top Of The Hill", is a unique opportunity for the astute buyer to own this character filled treasure in a highly sought after location.
Original features in this classic home include formal and informal living spaces, exquisite stained glass lead-light windows, high ceilings, decorative cornices and a central balcony overlooking a large, welcoming in-ground pool with patio area set amid manicured gardens.
Split across three levels, this spacious home is ideal for the growing family. The central level features a formal dining and formal living room with an original brick fireplace, a large study, two of the five bedrooms with built-in robes, a contemporary bathroom, a combined family room and large, functional gas kitchen opening onto the covered balcony.
Set on the upper level the additional three bedrooms all include built-in robes, one offers a cosy window seat, all with access to the family bathroom and a good sized living area.
Other features include a large workshop perfect for the home handy person to dabble in some DIY, a single garage integrated to the middle level, a carport and a rainwater tank. This home has incredible storage with three storage areas and a cellar on the lower level.
Already in perfect living condition, this home provides the option to move in now and renovate in stages and create your luxury dream home in an undeniably central and convenient location (STCA).
Within walking distance of local transport and close to Alderley village along with well-regarded schools such as Newmarket State, Oakleigh State School, Marist College Ashgrove and Mt St Michaels, all within easy reach.
For more information or to arrange a private inspection contact Andrew Degn.
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