228 Woodland Street, strathmore
Period Classic Opposite Woodlands Park on 826sqm approx.
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With picture-postcard views of scenic Woodlands Park, this long held three bedroom single storey red brick period residence, set on an impressive 826sqm block approx., promises exciting renovation and extension possibilities (STCA). Retaining many original details, a classic layout features elegant entrance hall, adjoining formal and informal living rooms and main bedroom featuring leadlight bay window, high ceilings with ornate plaster ceiling panels and picturesque garden outlooks. Set amongst mature gardens, including a private backyard offering a northerly aspect and excellent scope for modern enhancement, the home also comprises vintage kitchen, meals with gas stove, two additional bedrooms/BIR, classic bathroom, laundry/second w/c and enclosed porch opening to a side patio. Plus, split-system air conditioner, storage shed and garage. Positioned in a prestigious parkland setting, in the Strathmore College zone, it's just a leisurely stroll to North Essendon Village cafés, restaurants, supermarkets, trams and buses, while easy access to elite schools, shopping centres, freeways, airports and the CBD confirms blue-chip lifestyle appeal.
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Suburb Profile strathmore
Strathmore is 10 km north-west of the CBD and is largely a residential neighbourhood. In the north, the Tullamarine Freeway forms a hard edge. The Craigieburn rail line curves its way through the neighbourhood’s east, accessible via Strathmore Railway Station. The Napier Street neighbourhood centre provides a diversity of local retailing and services in a charming strip shopping environment. Strathmore enjoys abundant parkland and sport and recreation opportunities, including the Max Johnston Reserve on Loeman Street, Alf Pearce Park and off-lead dog park, Napier Reserve and its established eucalypts, and the sporting fields of Cross Keys Reserve.More about this suburb