If there ever was a location dream come true, this is it. And that's not all - 71 Manton is also about a generous block size (approx. 700 sq. m), the move-in liveability of a well-loved family home, a precinct known for historic capital gains, and the A to Z of local amenities. This 3-bedroom delight promises to end your property search and make your dreams take flight as you can enjoy it as it is today, or tap dual occupancy potential with subdivision (STCA.)
Located in a quiet neighbourhood, this single storey house with a wide commanding street presence is a tranquil property blessed with lots of greenery and a north-facing backyard. Inside are three well-proportioned bedrooms (all with built-in robes), a spacious formal living area, and an open plan kitchen and dining area bathed in northerly light, which opens up to a stunning 45 sq. m of low-maintenance alfresco space. A separate laundry, super-sized bathroom, a garage, workshop, and two play grounds in the neat background spell abundance.
Situated in the centre of everything, you are minutes' walk to the new overground Clayton station as well as the Huntingdale station and bus interchange, being only moments to Monash University, Monash Medical Centre, and the exciting dining opportunities at Clayton Road.
This house is surprisingly eco-friendly: there's a 2,000-watt solar system with a high feed-in tariff locked in for tiny electricity bills, a fully-insulated roof, a massive 5,000-litre water tank serving the garden, laundry and toilets, and another 1,500-litre tank just for garden use.
In less than 10 minutes' drive you can be shopping at Chadstone, teeing off at one of three golf courses, or enjoying nature at a reserve or creek. It is no wonder that it is a generation since 71 Manton last came on the market. Write its next exciting chapter and get lucky.
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