The Henderson - 1645 Malvern Road, Glen Iris

The Henderson - 1645 Malvern Road, Glen Iris

Prices range from $465,000 to $1,350,000.

To register your interest in buying at The Henderson, use the contact form below or contact Bryce Patterson on 0412 056 838 from Capital Property Marketing or visit The Henderson's website

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Architect: 
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Building Type: 
Low-rise
Number of Buildings: 
2
Floor count: 
3
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Number of Dwellings: 
38
Nearby Public Transport: 
Gardiner Station, 72 tram

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In July 1850, Captain Thomas Henderson sailed into Hobsons Bay aboard the smartest vessel the new colony had ever seen. Revered by fellow seafarers, the ‘Iris’ was built of the best materials and radiated elegance with her polished mahogany. Captain Henderson settled on the banks of Gardiners Creek, establishing the suburb of Glen iris and naming it in homage to his graceful ship. Quality is designed into the heart of The Henderson. It heralds a...

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