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Style, charisma and an identity all of it’s own!

Free standing unrenovated Victorian terrace houses are special opportunities for those in the market to buy! 7 Latrobe Street, Footscray carries style, charisma and an identity all of its own!

As you open the wooden gate your immediately greeted by a homely established garden complemented by period colours on the original façade of the property. Step inside to be encumbered by the high ceilings with decorative plaster completed with original stained-glass windows. Bedrooms one and two can be found on the left, both featuring built in wardrobes and ample amounts of size and natural light. As you continue down the hallway you find the lounge room, centralized around an original timber fireplace. Finally, step into the kitchen, unrenovated but extremely operational with the bathroom (recently remodelled) set off to the left. Lastly, outside you find the laundry and the blank canvas backyard, ready for your personal touch and only limited by your imagination.

Located in a leafy established street and within walking distance to Middle Footscray Station, West Footscray Station Barkly Street, St John's Primary School and Whitten Oval not to mention great cafe's and shopping because of its centralized position, plus the positives of move in ready capabilities and sweat equity potential makes this home a must for the small family, investor or first time/seasoned renovator.

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Please call Tracey Dean on 0433 279 103 or Mel McVeigh on 0438 654 585 to buy this property or discuss selling your home!

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Tracey Dean

Licensed Estate Agent

M. 0433 279 103

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7 Latrobe Street, FOOTSCRAY VIC 3011

Price: $942,000

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