This home has a well considered layout which makes best use of the available natural light. The living space is oriented to the north with the bedrooms to the west which allows plenty of light to enter the home.
The buyer for this home will most likely be a young family looking for space and will look past the busy road and instead take advantage of the direct access to Elsternwick Park. The location of the home offers great access for public transport, trams and busses as well as being within walking distance to the beach.
This precinct of Brighton is interesting as it really sits in Elsternwick. Buyers will potentially use this property as a foothold into the Brighton market and in future look to move further south to true Brighton.
This home is going to benefit from lack of stock in this price point and buyers will potentially look past possible challenges to the property including the limited off street parking and no garage.
When considering price, 73 Brickwood Street, Brighton can be used as a base comparable and then factor in improved finishes and floorplan on top.
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