This home is a neat Spanish Mission revival with a well executed interior style. The property sits on a generous 586sqm of land however, the shape of the land combined with the position of the home on the land severely limits the amount of outdoor useable space.
The home sits directly next to the train line which could raise potential issues for buyers such as noise and security concerns given the walk over bridge is directly out the front gate. Buyers need to consider whether this area will be suitable for their needs.
Given the close proximity to the Church Street and Middle Brighton shops, the price is inflated but noise from the train line needs to be taken into consideration. We feel the bottom end of the quoted price range is right for the per square metre rate for the area, but we see value for this particular property just under the bottom end of the quoted range.
Phillip’s career has been built on meeting the needs of a special group of people. Invariably they are medical professionals, farmers, graziers and professionals looking to access good quality advice on property as part of a long-term wealth creation strategy. Having been involved in over $1 billion worth of property acquisitions, Phillip is well placed to provide buyers with advice and support in areas with growth potential in the residential property markets across VIC, NSW, QLD and SA.
The Bayside property market experienced a downturn over the past 12 months with a decrease in sales and median price. However, the Bayside market hasn’t been hit as hard as across Melbourne and the wider state, with many homeowners still wanting to upgrade to a better home. At end-June 2019, there were 1,164 Bayside area ...[read more]