Even if you’re not in the market for a new property, there’s no harm in just having a look.
And having a look, Australians sure were: this three-bedroom cottage located on 101 Moore Street in Coburg, north of Melbourne and just 9km from the CBD, was the most-viewed listing on realestate.com.au all week.
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It’s not hard to see why.
The house’s high ceilings let the natural light streaming into the living room area as well as the dining room and kitchen.
Blue accents mix with the warm exposed brick as well as the solid timber floor, while the house’s classic Californian details are retained.
The house is surrounded by greenery, which will make you feel tucked away from the hustle and bustle of life.
The house is solar powered, and double doors open up to an entertaining deck and a private backyard decorated with fruit trees.
The house is also located near cafes, schools, shops, supermarkets, restaurants, as well as public transport, according to the property listing.
Perhaps what’s drawing Aussies to the listing is the price guide, which is between $800,000 and $860,000.
That makes the house around $72,500 cheaper than the suburb’s average property price of $932,500, according to realestate.com.au.
The house is open for inspection at 1:45pm today 10 August and will be auctioned on Saturday 31 August at 12:30pm.
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