The jewel in the CBD Footscray crown!

Private Inspection opportunities available. Please contact Tracey Dean on 0433 279 103 or email tdean@greghocking.com.au to book in and be registered against this listing for future updates and to receive similar properties to this listing.

Forthcoming auction (unless sold prior)

It just doesn't get much better than this opportunity buyers be it first home buyers, developers, or flippers!

Two times solid brick semidetached homes circa 1940s construction full of spunk and character and offering 2 bedroom accommodation central living
near original functioning kitchens and wet areas each! Yard access with shedding and potential off-street parking via access from Queen Street.

Properties on one title. Comfortable land holding of 383 m2 approx. with bonus rear street access.

137 Geelong Road, Footscray currently leased for $1,477 PCM and 139 Geelong Road, Footscray currently leased for $1129 PCM - or vacant possession can be negotiated.

All located strolling distance to central Footscray, three train stations, great schools and cafes, and even Seddon Village!

Buy this and buy next door (141 Geelong Road, Footscray) also and acquire a landholding of almost 650m2 approx.!

Register your interest for the auction today as dates are subject to change due to lockdown restrictions.

Please call Tracey Dean on 0433 279 103 or Terry Cooper on 0411 852 508 to buy this property or discuss selling your home!

* Private inspections permitted only post restrictions being lifted. Please enquire for an appointment by pre-registering to ensure access during our scheduled time.

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Contact Agents

Tracey Dean

Licensed Estate Agent

M. 0433 279 103

Terry Cooper

Senior Sales Consultant

M. 0411 852 508

Email enquiry

137 & 139 Geelong Road, FOOTSCRAY VIC 3011

Price: $1,000,000 - $1,100,000







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