36 Heywood Street, Ringwood

Asking price $785,000

House

3  Bed
1  Bath
1  Car

Opportunity In A Premium Location Occupying 669sqm approx in the Ringwood Secondary College School zone. of premium central Ringwood land, this original property presents an outstanding opportunity for renovators, builders or investors to restore, rebuild or invest. Inside, the existing weatherboard residence displays all the hallmarks of yesteryear; with high ceilings, raw timber floors and a fluent single-level layout providing the framework for a keen renovator to weave their magic. Comprisin...more

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Ringwood

Ringwood, which incorporates Ringwood North and Ringwood East, is a suburb in Melbourne’s outer east that is becoming known for all the right reasons; it is now more than ever a destination suburb with an abundance to offer.

23kms east of Melbourne’s CBD and primarily used for agriculture, Ringwood emerged in the mid to late 19th century after the 1850’s land sales, however it transpired as a more notable town after construction of the Hawthorn to Lilydale railway through the suburb in 1882. In 1924 the railway was electrified and the town was further developed marking major growth for Ringwood.

    Highlights
    • 23kms east of Melbourne’s CBD
    • Strong transport links via train or bus
    • Direct access to Eastlink
    • Popular shopping precincts with community supermarkets in both Ringwood North and Ringwood East
    • Exceptional schools
Schools
  • Strong public and private educational facilities such as Ringwood Secondary College, Aquinas College, Yarra Valley Grammar and Tintern Grammar being a strong drawcard to families.
Transport
  • Strong transport links via train or bus
  • Direct access to Eastlink
Parks & Amenities
  • The variety of prices and housing types creates a suburb that has appeal to a wide demographic, with the greenery and bushland appeal of Ringwood Lake and Wombalono Park.
Shopping
  • In October 2015 the first stage of the $665 million dollar Eastland expansion opened, welcoming retail giants like H&M, Uniqlo, David Jones and an array of high profile designer stores.
  • Aiding the popularity is the fabulous Town Square that houses a variety of signature restaurants and an alfresco dining area, plus a local Brewery ‘The Cellar Door’ which showcases the food and wine of the Yarra Valley region and is complete with a rooftop bar.

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