29 Coghlan Street, niddrie
Versatile and Promising Lifestyle Ease
Uncover an exciting and convenient lifestyle seconds to vibrant Keilor Road dining/shopping with this well-presented three bedroom single-level brick residence. Resting on an impressive block of approximately 653m2 it offers a light-filled open plan with the potential to extend, add a second dwelling or enhance with personal flare (STCA). The spacious family/dining domain flows to a neat kitchen fully equipped in quality appliances including Bosch dishwasher, tiled splashback, heightened breakfast bar and plentiful cabinetry, while the outdoor deck overlooks a deep backyard housing a powered garden/tool shed. Comfortable bedrooms (two with BIRs) flank a modernised tiled bathroom featuring shower, vanity and toilet. Complete with timber flooring, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, skylights throughout, internal laundry with toilet (second WC), generous inbuilt storage, double glazed windows and lengthy driveway off-street-parking. Centrally located to freeways promising an easy commute to Melbourne's CBD, it's surrounded by elite schools such as PEGS, transport, St John Bosco, Steel Creek trails and additional family-friendly parkland.
Suburb Profile niddrie
Niddrie is 11 km north-west of Melbourne's CBD. The Niddrie/Essendon West neighbourhood is a predominantly residential area dispersed with open space assets, including Buckley Park. The park contains the Cooper Street community hall, football, cricket, tennis and bowling clubs, along with an off-lead dog area. Other open spaces include Bradshaw Street Reserve and the Neil Heinze Reserve. Steele Creek frames the neighbourhood to the west, where a series of interlinked reserves shoulder the meandering waterway. Buckley Street forms the primary commercial edge around Essendon Keilor College. Smaller neighbourhood centres are located on Hampton Road and Hoffmans Road. The neighbourhood is well serviced by education facilities, resulting in a strong family focus in the area.More about this suburb