5/23 Collins Street, essendon
Walk to Everything!
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In a perfect position to take advantage of fabulous North Essendon Village shopping and nestled in a street full of beautiful heritage homes, this spacious and light filled two bedroom, first floor apartment in a boutique block of only five, will delight starters and investors alike. Generous interiors, recently repainted and carpeted, include two large bedrooms with built-in robes serviced by a bathroom with laundry facilities. The kitchen with gas cooking and ample storage, adjoins a roomy dining/living zone opening onto a sunny balcony with city views. An added bonus is a private driveway off William Street housing your own carport and private staircase to the front door. With a choice of local dining options, transport, schools, parks, Keilor Road shops a short stroll away and easy access to the freeway, airport and DFO, this centrally located apartment is a great opportunity to step into a highly sought after area. It's so convenient, you can leave the car at home!
Recent Sales in essendonSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|14 Marco Polo St, essendon||3||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
|65 Roberts St, essendon||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
|1/12 Butler St, essendon||3||Townhouse (Res)||Sold Before Auction|
Suburb Profile essendon
Essendon is located 8 km north-west of the CBD, and bounded by Moonee Ponds Creek in the east. The neighbourhood is focused around the Essendon Junction activity centre which comprises commercial and a social/sporting focus to the east and west of Mt Alexander Road, the Essendon Station, Rose Street and Buckley Street. Two train stations serve Essendon, the route 59 tram and 12 bus routes. Numerous bus services terminate at Essendon Station making the activity centre a core transport hub. Essendon exhibits a rich architectural history reflected in large areas of heritage recognition. The Windy Hill sporting ground is home to a variety of other sporting clubs. The precinct is a defining element of Essendon’s character, along with the many schools in the neighbourhood. There is a range of open spaces surrounding Essendon, including Montgomery Park and includes the Essendon Traffic School.More about this suburb