1&3 Collins Street Brighton
So Rare, it’s Hard to Breathe
A land offering so rare, it’s hard to breathe!
At the Paris end of Collins Street, absolutely perfectly located and centrally positioned midway between the Church Street and Bay Street sopping strips, there are two side-by-side single level two-bedroom brick veneer homes (on separate titles) occupying a sensational allotment totalling 768.6 sq m.
NOTE: Approved Town Planning Permit for the construction of two luxury residences
With that much sought-after northerly aspect to the rear, the incredible 21.0 metre frontage to Collins Street oozes opportunity. Utilise the existing Town Planning Permit or, alternatively, consider the construction of a single elegant mansion residence or a multi-apartment development.
The two, existing, single level brick veneer homes are currently tenanted providing a rental return whilst either determining the best form of development or having your architect draw plans for you.
Without meaning to state the obvious, the position is PRIME only metres to Firbank Grammar and only a few more metres to Brighton Grammar. The best shopping, abundant transport, cafes, restaurants and the beach are also so very close.
Campbell Cooney on 0418 337 055
or at the Brighton Office on 9596 1111.
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Brighton suburb review Brighton is located on Port Phillip Bay 11 kilometres south of Melbourne’s CBD. One of Melbourne’s most exclusive suburbs, Brighton is home to a number of celebrities and prominent individuals. Brighton’s demographic has traditionally consisted of middle-aged and older couples with children, along with older single residents. In more recent times, younger families have started populating the area. As of the 2011 census, Brighton had a population of just over 21,000. The suburb offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle …
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