The brick facade of this mid-1980s build speaks of another age. The area was quieter then, and the community was smaller too.

These days, Keilor Downs has grown in population and its restaurants, cafes and local shopping have transformed this part of the north-west into a fantastic place
to not only settle down, but an easy place to live.

 

171 Green Gully Road, Keilor Downs, 3038

 

This brick veneer residence, with a wide concreted side-drive and generous side way to the other side of the house, has been partially renovated creating a welcoming lounge room at the front of the house.

Dark hardwood floors, white walls and plantation shutters make it feel miles away from the hustle and bustle of the outside world.

All three bedrooms have been updated and have new carpet and all walls have been freshly painted.

In the kitchen and meals area at the rear of the property two walls have been removed to open up the space and laying the foundations for a great renovation project.

There is a central bathroom in original condition and a separate laundry.

Set on about 665 square metres there is potential to sub-divide (STCA) with developments further up Green Gully Road successfully converted into multi-residence projects.

However, the brick single garage, secure off-street parking for three cars plus workshop, highlight the promise this property holds for those wanting to put down roots in this popular community.

It’s close to shopping, transport (there is a bus stop out the front) primary and secondary schooling and extensive parkland.

Ducted heating and evaporative cooling are further assets.

The garage has power connected so it’s great for those who are handy or even for a possible home business.

 

171 Green Gully Road, Keilor Downs, 3038 (Photo supplied)

171 Green Gully Road, Keilor Downs, 3038 (Photo supplied)

171 Green Gully Road, Keilor Downs, 3038 (Photo supplied)

171 Green Gully Road, Keilor Downs, 3038 (Photo supplied)