9 Shields Court Blackburn South, VIC 3130

Sold for $1,406,000 on 25 Feb 2017
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Cars

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House in Blackburn South


  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 2 Cars

Balancing the scales with equal allure, this pristine 1960's residence evokes an enviable family environment with majestic manicured gardens and a peaceful court setting. While its astounding 1036sqm approx. allotment serves to excite multi-unit developers seeking to capitalize in this sought after locale (STCA). Modernized over time, the home appreciates the elegance of polished floorboards and high ceilings, with a delightful entry foyer flowing through to a stunning, L-shaped lounge and dining room. Every living space is oriented to capture exquisite views over the expansive backyard, with the open plan kitchen boasting quality appliances, excellent bench space and a deep set window accompanied by a meals/family room with deck access. Flanked by views to both front and back gardens, the rumpus room leads outside, where a huge alfresco zone caters for large scale entertaining. Promoting park like ambience, the north facing backyard provides ample lawn space for the children to play, complete with soccer net and elegant landscaped surrounds. Suitable for the growing family, the four bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom with toilet, separate 2nd toilet and laundry. While quality inclusions boast ducted heating, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, alarm, 2.2kw solar electricity system, irrigation system, garden shed plus a double carport with space to roll through a trailer. Ideally situated in the Box Hill High School zone, walking distance to Blackburn South shops, restaurants and cafes, Blackburn Train Station, Orchard Grove Primary, Laburnum Primary and parkland, central to Forest Hill Chase and Box Hill Central.
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2 garage spaces






Blackburn South

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