Now for sale... to the right buyer
Pascoe Vale South
A simple but beautiful house, just a stone's throw from the Moonee Ponds Creek bike path.
Architect designed 3-bedroom family home, built in 1965 in Californian redwood, inspired by the Californian modern style.
Open plan living / dining / kitchen (+ laundry) with short stairway to spacious bedrooms (BIRs) + bathroom (separate toilet), & atrium with northern light.
Symmetrically accessed balcony with aspect into mature, naturalistic garden and glimpses of Melbourne CBD.
On a steeply sloping site with a carport and extensive storage beneath,
this split-level, light-filled house features garden views from every window.
Still in the hands of original family, it is small but spacious, offering a peaceful environment for a couple or small family.
It's located in a secluded corner of Pascoe Vale South with easy access to both the city and the airport, close to the Strathmore Railway Station and to Bell Street for bus to La Trobe University. The house is in the zone for and just minutes walk from the highly regarded Strathmore Secondary College. Bike lanes quite a lot of the way to the University of Melbourne.
Phone Michelle 0439 374 037.
Architect: Peter Hooks - see entry on Hooks in Dictionary of Unsung Architects
Landscape architect: Ellis Stones - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellis_Stones