29 Darling Street, moonee ponds
Timeless Grace, Modern Edge
Have your breath taken away as you step beyond the façade of this exceptional Victorian home that blends the charm of yesteryear with the stylish modern comforts today’s active lifestyle demands.
Thoughtfully renovated throughout, the timeless features of high pressed metal ceilings, picture rails and polished timber floors blend perfectly with the home’s contemporary updates and extension.
Off the long hallway, two bedrooms include built in robes, while upstairs the master bedroom suite with walk in robe and ensuite was deliberately designed to give parents their own private sanctuary.
The spacious open plan living/meals area with study nook providing external access and deluxe stainless steel kitchen, that’s certain to thrill home chefs, is the ideal relaxed living hub opening to a private sunny courtyard in which to relax or entertain.
The main bathroom with a fantastic spa bath to soak away the stresses of the day has dual access via the laundry.
Other highlights included ducted heating and air-conditioning, ceiling fans, large workshop/storage, under stairs storage, solar panels and off street parking for 3 or 4 cars.
This house is low-maintenance living at its best with Primary schools and trendy café a stone’s throw away and the cosmopolitan delights of Union Road and Puckle Street’s shops, cafés, trams, train station and sprawling Maribyrnong Park within easy reach
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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