1/13 Nisbett Street, reservoir
Style, Sophistication and Street Frontage
Nestled back in a quiet and connected position, yet enjoying its own street frontage, this impeccably presented modern townhouse is the epitome of style, comfort, class and convenience.
Within walking distance to the Darebin Creek Trail, picturesque parklands and close to the Summerhill Shopping Centre, an intricate design will impress with its bright living spaces and contemporary tones.
Ideal as a first property, investment or a chance to scale back to a more manageable property, a conducive layout begins with warming wooden floorboards which flow throughout a large open plan living, dining and sparkling kitchen precinct.
Built to bring people together, the spectacular kitchen features quality stainless steel appliances including a built-in gas cook top and range hood, plus a wall-mounted oven and dishwasher which combine with plenty of soft-close storage, stone benches and a feature Island bench and breakfast bar.
A ground floor bedroom, powder room and European laundry provide added convenience while sliding doors off the living area connected to a private, low-maintenance backyard with covered seating and a central fish pond.
Two good-sized upstairs bedrooms have built-in robes and individual split-system reverse cycle heating/cooling systems, plus easy access to the contemporary central bathroom with quality tiling and a separate corner shower.
Comfort is provided by additional split-system heating/cooling, while neutral paint tones, downlights, modern window furnishings and a single lock up garage are bonuses.
With proximity to Preston North East Primary School, Reservoir High School and Plenty Road trams, quiet, classy and connected living awaits.
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Suburb Profile reservoir
Reservoir is 12 km north of Melbourne's CBD. Edwardes Street and Broadway contain many well established and iconic businesses, providing great old-fashioned customer service and old-world charm. Diversity is the foundation of Reservoir. Post World War II saw Reservoir’s population boom attracting new Italian and Greek migrants. Over the years, its diversity has grown to include new Lebanese, Macedonian, Indian and Chinese residents. Reservoir station is a hub for the major bus routes in the City, and two trams run through the suburb. Reservoir features Edwardes Lake Park, Reservoir Private Hospital and Darebin Community Sports Stadium.More about this suburb