Canterbury four bedroom house sold for $4.75 million

Canterbury four bedroom house sold for $4.75 million
Canterbury four bedroom house sold for $4.75 million

A four bedroom house at Canterbury has been sold for $4.75 million making it Melbourne’s most expensive weekend auction sale.

Located at 42 Parlington Street, the 55 sqm property is located opposite Norway Reserve and has a northern aspect.

It last sold in 2010 for $3.15 million and the block of land was sold in 1994 for $435,000 with the house built in 1996.

It sits on a 967 sqm of landscaped garden featuring a swimming pool and a terrace.

Reception rooms complement the entertaining areas with a north-facing billiards room with bar and poolside bathroom that leads out to the garden.

It also has an open-plan living and dining room with a gas pebbled fireplace while the kitchen has Gaggenau appliances.

Canterbury four bedroom house sold for .75 million

The main bedroom features a dressing room, balcony and marble spa ensuite along with three other bedrooms that have a bathroom and retreat/study with balcony.

Other features includes double garage and 1000 bottle wine cellar.

Close proximity to public transport, Canterbury and Camberwell shopping centres and cafes.

The property was offered through Kay and Burton agents Zoe Ho and Sam Wilkinson.

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