Rental Property of the Week – 4/5 Wild Cherry Road, Ormond

ByGeorgia Harrington

4/5 Wild Cherry Road, Ormond

$595 Weekly / $2,585 Bond

3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 Car 

Ray White Carnegie’s Property Management team currently have a beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse for rent in Ormond! 

This wonderful, private family home is everything you have been searching for and more! Freshly painted and brand new carpets throughout, located in the coveted McKinnon Primary School zone, and walking distance to Ormond station, shops and parks.


Large living area with split system heating/cooling.

Formal dining area with mirrored bar.

Open plan kitchen/informal dining area, with breakfast bar, gas cook top, Fisher and Paykel dishwasher and an abundance of storage!

Glass sliding doors open up onto a large, secure grassed courtyard.

Three large bedrooms upstairs, master bedroom with walk in robe, ensuite and balcony; second and third bedrooms with built in robes.

Ducted heating throughout, evaporative cooling upstairs (single split system downstairs).

Separate laundry and additional separate toilet.

Freshly painted throughout and new carpets!

Ducted vacuum.

Secure double garage with electric door and internal access to courtyard.

Contact Property Manager John Purcell on 0401 410 490 or

Property Management and Real Estate Agents Ray White Carnegie focus on delivering the best customer experience and outcomes for all of our clients. To talk about the benefits of Selling, Buying, Leasing or Finance with Carnegie’s preferred Real estate team call today 9571 6777.

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