Woodards. 101 Years of Remarkable. click here to find out more
33 Nolan Street, niddrie
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Renovated with modern day families in mind is this beautifully presented timber home featuring three spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms and study. Residing in a quiet pocket, on approximately 337m2, it has an abundance of outdoor space including generous front yard, with parking space, and private rear garden and decked area, ideal for summer barbeques, kid's play time and pets. Crisp interiors comprise welcoming entry hall and light filled living zone highlighted by decorative cornices, polished floorboards and charming open fireplace with timber mantel and cast iron insert. In the centre of the home is a bright kitchen, displaying stainless steel cooking appliances, dishwasher and modern timber cabinetry, while a servery/breakfast bar cleverly links it to a separate dining area enjoying views of the backyard and decked entertainment zone. Repainted throughout it features carpeted bedrooms, modern bathrooms, including one with laundry function, split-system, ceiling fans and hallway storage. Within minutes from vibrant Keilor Road cafes, shops, transport, freeways, St John Boscos Primary, St Bernard's College and Rosehill College.
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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