23/49 Haines Street, north melbourne
Highly desirable location
Leafy surrounds and an elevated position highlight the appeal of this delightful apartment. Bathed in natural light throughout, this pristinely presented home benefits from a superbly central location in North Melbourne just steps away from lush Royal Park.
Open plan living is complemented by sleek timber floors and showcases French doors opening out to the balcony with verdant outlooks, providing a private alfresco dining area. A bright kitchen and dining area is appointed with ample storage, electric cooktop and oven.
Two generous bedrooms feature built in robes, accompanied by a central bathroom incorporating a shower over inbuilt bath. A laundry and off street parking for one car offer additional amenity and convenience.
Occupying an excellent North Melbourne position, enjoy easy access to all the area’s lifestyle attractions. Situated in close proximity to Abbotsford Street trams, cosmopolitan cafes and dining, North Melbourne train station, the University of Melbourne and Queen Victoria Markets, everything you need is within arm’s reach.
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Suburb Profile north melbourne
Located 2 km north-west of Melbourne's CBD, North Melbourne is one of the city's most dynamic and complex areas. Its residences are a mix of established and new housing with commercial, industrial, retail and community facilities scattered throughout. Shopping strips such as Errol and Victoria streets are popular for their range of cafes, restaurants and boutiques. The old North Melbourne Town Hall is the home of Arts House, Melbourne’s contemporary centre for performance and interactive artforms. The area also includes the historic Meat Market, a hub for creative arts and cultural productions, and the North Melbourne Recreation Centre, that has aquatic facilities, a gym and stadium complex.More about this suburb