In one of the best central Ringwood positions money can buy, this once majestic home in the Ringwood Secondary College zone, rests peacefully, ready to be restored to its former glory and relished for its walkability to first-class lifestyle amenities.
With a Heritage overlay, it displays all the hallmarks of a bygone era; from its classic weatherboard façade, to its extended floorplan with high ceilings, hardwood floorboards, solid timber frames and doors.
Well-suited to modern living arrangements, it features three spacious rooms to recline, dine or entertain, each containing traditional open fireplaces.
A skylight-lit kitchen with white cabinetry, timber benchtops and electric appliances is anchored at the heart of the home and features a central island bench for easy food preparation or enjoying casual meals.
Three bedrooms, including two with built-in wardrobes, provide comfortable accommodation. Two are situated at the front of the residence and share a bright white bathroom. The master suite is privately set at the rear of the home and has an ensuite.
Outside, there is a secure backyard lined with brick pavers, which could be used for entertaining or landscaped with some lovely gardens.
Containing a laundry with toilet, ample storage, gas ducted heating, ceiling fans and a gated driveway with a single garage, the home has great bones, excellent potential and an unbeatable location.
Poised within a no-through road that is bordered by Maroondah Federation Estate and Ringwood Train Station, the property is located within a short walk to Eastland Shopping Centre, Town Square and Realm, Greenwood and Jubilee Parks, Ringwood Lake and Aquanation. It is also only a few minutes from Greenwood Park Kindergarten, Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Great Ryrie Primary Schools, Ringwood Secondary College, Aquinas College and EastLink.
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