1 Northernhay Street, reservoir
SALE BY FIXED DATE CLOSING TUESDAY 17 NOVEMBER AT 5.30 (Unless Sold Prior)
INSPECTIONS STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT - CONTACT AGENT
In one of the most sought after streets in the Oakhill Estate sits a beautiful two storey period home full of charm, sophistication and comfort and truly is the perfect sanctuary.
The home welcomes you with an inviting sun filled wide entry hall where high ceilings join stunning engineered timber floors which lead you to the open plan kitchen, meals/family and living that will be sure to keep you, your family and guests entertained. In addition you are spoilt with three downstairs bedrooms, two with BIR’S and one with walk in robe. A huge Study area, generous modern bathroom with bath, second bathroom and laundry complete the bottom level. Walking up the stair case you enter a peaceful getaway which consists of a spacious retreat, huge bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite. Out back you will find the undercover entertaining area and generous sundrenched yard, a huge powered garage/workshop and long side drive with carport that easily accommodates several cars. Additional features: ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ceiling fans, cctv security. Ideally located within walking distance to Regent and Reservoir trains, Edwardes St and Broadway shopping precincts and trendy cafés. Northland, Summerhill shopping complex and Preston market are a short drive as are Preston primary, St Gabriel’s and Holy name primary schools. This outstanding home demands inspections.
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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