2 Lucas Street, reservoir
Renovated Class In A Popular Regent Pocket
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Offering sought-after versatility to meets the needs of a growing family, the renovated interiors of this three bedroom, two bathroom home boasting two living zones that integrate perfectly with the outdoors, is set to impress. Beyond an inviting façade lies a spacious home brimming with light that features a formal lounge with wood heater equally comfortable as a further bedroom, before giving way to a sundrenched informal domain. Granite and stainless steel combine in a quality appointed island kitchen flanked by expansive dining and a sunlit lounge, flowing effortlessly to a covered alfresco and an in-ground pool that will prove irresistible to families and entertainers alike. An additional outdoor space incorporating raised vegetable plots and garden views from the formal lounge add a serene ambience to this spotless home that features bedrooms with robes complemented by fully tiled bathrooms, one with an on-trend freestanding tub and master with ensuite. Modern amenities of ducted heating, split system and refrigerated air-conditioning, ceiling fans, plantation shutters and double garage accessed via ROW ensure comfort in a popular Regent pocket that puts Gilbert Road trams, Regent Station, schools and Coburg Hill shopping and cafes walking distance.
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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