29 Austin Street, Balwyn

Exceptional indoor-outdoor living in the prestigious Balwyn High zone
3 Bedrooms   2 Bathrooms   2 Parking

Enviably located within the coveted Balwyn Primary and Balwyn High School zones, this three-bedroom home, including home office or fourth bedroom, offers a luxurious family lifestyle amid absolute convenience and entertainment. With the Palace Cinemas and tantalising eateries at the end of the street, the home is an easy stroll to Balwyn Shopping Village, Balwyn Park, city-bound trams and the renowned Fintona Girls’ School.

Delivering private family sanctuary, the home provides the flexibility of multiple living areas, each spilling into tranquil alfresco spaces for the ultimate indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Offering a formal lounge room, a sitting room and casual open plan domain for family relaxation and meals, the home effortlessly hosts vibrant entertaining, serviced by a gleaming Victorian Ash kitchen with dazzling stone benchtops and a full appointment of European appliances.

The plush three-bedroom layout provides parental retreat with a ground-floor master bedroom including luxurious ensuite and walk-in robe amenity, a home office or guest bedroom, plus two lavishly sized secondary bedrooms upstairs, each with extensive built-in robes and space for a study desk, plus a central family bathroom. Complete with a guest powder room, separate laundry, and remote vehicular gates and garage, the home delivers today’s favourite amenities including ducted heating, ducted vacuum, garden shed and security alarm.

Presenting a unique opportunity in this sought-after family locale, the purchaser of 29 Austin Street has the first rights to also purchase 31 Austin Street, offering an equally luxurious, mirror-image layout.


29 Austin Street, Balwyn 3103

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