2B Edwin Street, preston
A Quiet Preston Cul-de-Sac Perfect for Family Living
Neatly sequestered at the end of a quiet no-through cul-de-sac a gentle walk to schools, cafes, parks and public transport, this cosy three-bedroom home offers first-home buyers and families a secure, well connected place to grow.
Rich mahogany-stained floorboards, evaporative cooling and ducted heating throughout, plus a two car garage with internal entry, tick modern finishes and convenient living off the checklist, immediately fostering a comfortable space.
This is only enhanced by the dual living domains, which bookend the home. The main living area includes the kitchen featuring a walk-in pantry, dishwasher and breakfast bar alongside the dining and lounge spaces, which open out to a low-maintenance alfresco backyard dotted with fruit trees – perfect for entertaining. The front space, however, offers a more intimate place to retreat – great for when the kids are watching a movie and you want some quiet time.
Of the bedrooms, the master includes a walk-in robe and sparkling ensuite, while one features built-in robes and the other – currently a home office – could be converted into a third bedroom, with the latter two rooms serviced by a sparkling bathroom.
Finally, the location is exceptional. Straddling the Preston-Thornbury border, you’ll enjoy the best both suburbs have to offer. You’re just steps from cafes like The Old Milk Bar and ieraci-i Espresso Bar, and Jamsheed Wines for your local tipple. Pender and Hayes are just a short walk beyond here, as is Penders Grove Primary School, the Preston South Shops and bustling High Street, while Northland Shopping Centre and Thornbury Station are a couple of minutes drive away.
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Suburb Profile preston
Multicultural Preston is a lively mix of new and long-term residents buying produce at Preston Market and soaking up the arts cafes and multicultural vibes. Preston is 9 km north from Melbourne's CBD. Preston is well connected by public transport you can catch a train bus or tram to get around to Preston Market or Northland Shopping Centre quite easily. Preston features Melbourne Polytechnic Preston Campus Preston Oval and delicious food wonders on High Street.More about this suburb