2 Huntly Street, moonee ponds
Bright family home in quiet corner near river
Nestled in a quiet corner of Moonee Ponds, on a residential street just metres from Maribyrnong River parklands and walking trails, this 3-bedroom, 2-storey family home offers a welcoming proposition in a great location.
Set on hardwood floors, the large living room leads through to a bright meals area and a kitchen hosting central island bench and stainless steel Bosch appliances (dishwasher, oven, gas cooktop), which opens out to a generous courtyard and entertaining area that can be under cover or welcome the sunshine.
Head up the impressive staircase to find a primary bedroom that showcases a bay window and adjoins a shower ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. Two further bedrooms both boast built-in robes, and the central bathroom finds a stylish shower and serene bath. Further features include home office, separate laundry, downstairs powder room, large under stairs storage, stained glass leadlighting, ducted central heating/cooling, and secure single garage with side-street access.
The impressive position sits just steps from Maribyrnong River parks and walking trails, close to trams (57, 82), and an easy trip away from all the cinemas, restaurants and retail options at Highpoint, making for an enviable lifestyle.
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Suburb Profile moonee ponds
Moonee Ponds is 7 km north-west from Melbourne's CBD and is bounded by Maribyrnong Road in the south Moonee Ponds Creek to the east Maribyrnong Park to the west and Buckley Street to the north. Key transport spines include the Mt Alexander Road boulevard and tram route 59 along Pascoe Vale Road while Maribyrnong Road Holmes Road and Dean Street act as key east-west connectors. The Craigieburn rail line ensures the suburb is well connected to Melbourne CBD. Moonee Ponds is home to extensive heritage precincts with high amenity streetscapes. The area is undergoing significant residential development in the Moonee Ponds Activity Centre the centre of economic activity. The suburb features Queens Park and Ormond Park which provides sporting opportunities. The neighbourhood is home to Moonee Valley racecourse an internationally recognised sporting venue.More about this suburb