2 Clyde Street GLEN IRIS (Stonnington)

Benefits

Higher positional potential for long term growth
Growth above average metro in last decade
Higher risk as newer precinct
Lower risk established look
Area distance from CBD

Concerns

South facing rear (negative light issues)
Mal James
Mal James
Principal Buyer Advocate
0408 107 988
mal@james.net.au

Comments on 2 Clyde Street GLEN IRIS (Stonnington)

This south-facing weatherboard home has a charming feel and families will like the position close to schools and shops.

Good access off Louis Street and a full-sized garage are great pluses and the whole home is over one level which could also appeal to downsizers as well.

Being south facing means that there may be limited light to the back of the home in winter which could affect heating and comfort - although the fireplace in the sitting room did a good job when I was there. The nature of the home suggests that an extension or full redevelopment (STCA) might be an option. With careful design could the south light issue be worked around?

This home is perfectly liveable 'as is', and a simple cosmetic update could do a lot to freshen it up. This home has options, and I can see this as a shorter term option (5 years?) for families looking to move in to the area before upsizing or considering a redevelopment or extension. On the flip side, would there be developers looking at this site? It will be interesting to see who the competition will be at this auction.

 


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3
Bedroom
2
Bathroom
2
Parkings
702sqm
Land Area
Floor Plan Agent

Auction - 11:30 am Jun 21 2014

Quote $1,400,000+

South Facing

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