10/26 Normanby Avenue, thornbury
Immerse yourself in a laid-back inner north lifestyle
Absolutely ideal for singles or a couple looking for a cosy, well-maintained space in one of the Thornbury’s most beloved locales, this centrally located one-bedroom apartment offers outstanding living in an area renowned for its laid-back, friendly atmosphere. Within walking distance to a number of prized establishments, including the outstanding Short Round Café and Pallino bar, not to mention the beautiful Prana House yoga studio and renowned Psarakos food market (one of the north’s best-kept secrets), this quaint dwelling is surrounded by an abundance of enriching lifestyle opportunities.
For a one-bedroom the space is excellent. The open-plan living area comfortably fits a couch and television while being large enough for the kitchen to feel removed from the space. Adjoining the kitchen is a separate laundry not typically found in this type of property, which leads to a spacious bathroom complete with a tub. The bedroom is a comfortable size and includes built-in robes. There is also one undercover car space on offer.
With the number 510 bus stop directly outside as well as the 86 tram and Thornbury train station only a short walk away, the apartment’s central location affords it ample public transport opportunities, making getting from a-to-b a complete breeze! Ideal as a home base or sound investment opportunity, there’s no denying the lifestyle potential or value of this comfortable Thornbury dwelling.
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Suburb Profile thornbury
Thornbury is located 7 km north of Melbourne's CBD. The heart of Thornbury is the Thornbury Village centred on the High Street shopping strip. Smaller shopping precincts are to be found on sections of St Georges Road, Wales Street and Station Street. Thornbury is home to many cafes, bars and nightspots and has a large alternative music culture. The Merri Creek Trail and Darebin Creek Trail run on the west and east boundaries of Thornbury and are popular shared-use recreational paths used by cyclists and walkers. The suburb is a short shuffle from the nearest train, tram or bus. Thornbury features Northcote Golf Club, Darebin International Sports Centre and the Sir Douglas Nicholls Reserve.More about this suburb