“Art Deco History, Promising Future”
This 1940s art deco weatherboard began its life in Camberwell and moved to leafy Vermont in the 60s on the property's north facing 580sqms (approx.).
Since then, the suburb has emerged as a prized school hub close to Eastmont Pre-school, Rangeview Primary and Vermont Secondary College which explains the rising development taking place in the surrounding streets.
The character home features hallmark high ceilings and polished hardwood floors under the carpet, updated ducted heating, continuous hot water and solar panels, with an extension to add a 3rd bedroom and cladding providing a maintenance-free facade.
A grand living room, adjoining meals area and kitchen with upright cooker offers a family sized setting, with the convenience of two showers in the bathroom and plenty of parking in the tandem carport and driveway.
Perfectly comfortable now while you consider plans to renovate or build something new in the VSC catchment (STSA), just a 5min drive (or 20min walk) to the top-ranking public school.
The established gardens feature fruit trees of mulberry, cherry and cumquat, with no big trees on site for those considering development that would give you foundations close to parkland at Abbey Walk, Campbell's Croft and the Dandenong Creek Trail, the city to coast connection of Eastlink and impressive shopping, dining and entertainment at Brentford Square, Eastland, and the $300m upgrade of Westfield Knox.