Directly opposite a huge park/playground in prized Kingsford estate, this stylish residence in a row of eight is a beauty for a young family, a couple or investor.

It perches on a corner block of about 265 square metres, with minimal outdoor maintenance required. If a family comes on board, having the park over the road is a real drawcard, with its flying fox, footy goalposts and barbecue facilities.


2 Chilla Lane, Point Cook, 3030


In fact, all the lifestyle conveniences are close at hand. Featherbrook Shopping Centre is three minutes away by car, as are Point Cook P-9 College and the Sneydes Road entry to Princes Freeway, with the city reached in 25 minutes.

Entry to the house is to a hallway with soft-grey floor tiles and white wall paint, as seen all through. To the left is the main bedroom, which has a walk-through robe and an en suite with a raised rectangular basin atop Caesarstone. White rollerblinds dress windows, as they do in all rooms.

Before the living hub emerges, the hall is flanked by two other fitted and charcoal-carpeted bedrooms, a powder room with basin outside, the laundry with closet and the main bathroom, similarly appointed as the en suite.

Each bedroom has an electric panel heater.

A good-sized family-meals area, with a split-system, incorporates the kitchen. This has loads of storage, including a french-door pantry cupboard, Caesarstone benches and a gas cooktop, dishwasher and Ella underbench oven.

A slider opens to a paved patio, beyond which is the remote-controlled double garage, accessed via Wigram Lane at the rear.

Trees are along the side fence and the remainder of the yard is mulched and ready for plantings. The block is about 265 square metres and rental investors can expect $380 to $400 a week..


2 Chilla Lane, Point Cook, 3030 (Photo supplied)

2 Chilla Lane, Point Cook, 3030 (Photo supplied)

2 Chilla Lane, Point Cook, 3030 (Photo supplied)

2 Chilla Lane, Point Cook, 3030 (Photo supplied)