10 Home Street, reservoir
Home Street Home
This gorgeous two-bedroom brick bungalow in Reservoir's Oakhill Estate is all kinds of wonderful.
Retaining all the charm to be found in a mid-60s home, each room in this delightful bungalow is a wholesome standalone space – a series of cosy nooks filled with stunning retro touches like muted pastels, rich timber finishings and floral wallpaper – without compromising on ease of movement throughout the home.
Let’s start with the lounge. Fitted with a gorgeous glazed-brick mantel and rose gold mirror, and filled with natural light and views of the garden thanks to two large corner windows, this gorgeous room is the epitome of relaxation. Beside this is the entrance to the ample dining room – hello, dinner parties – and the kitchen featuring stunning stone benchtops, exceptional storage cupboards and cooktop with separate griller.
From here you have two hallways to choose from – one leads to the two large bedrooms, the other directly past a separate toilet and laundry to a lush, leafy backyard with plenty of room for an outdoor setting, entertaining family and friends, cultivating a veggie patch and more. It also offers private laneway access for a single car space.
Within walking distance of Plenty Road’s trams and close to the Summerhill Village shops, schools, local parklands and walking trails.
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Recent Sales in reservoirSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
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|27 Evans Cr, reservoir||3||Townhouse (Res)||Private Sale|
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