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60 Kirby Street, reservoir
Two-For-One: Dual Occupancy Living in Leafy Reservoir
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Dual occupancy in Melbourne’s inner-north? Yes please. Positioned on a 560m2 block less than a kilometre from schools, Northland Shopping Centre, parklands and public transport are a three-bedroom home and two-bedroom self-contained flat – an inner-city scoop for the right buyer.
The primary residence has benefited from a modern refresh – think luminous kitchen with stainless steel cooktop and oven, spacious white cabinetry and vibrant splashback; updated laundry and powder room; ducted heating and evaporative cooling, plus gas heater in the lounge; and a fresh lick of paint throughout – all which beautifully complements the hardwood floors in the main living areas, imbuing the home with warmth.
When it comes to the bedrooms you’ll find three, two with carpeted floors and built-in robes, each varying in size and serviced by a sparkling bathroom. One is directly connected to a second living area (it would make a wonderfully generous rumpus room for the kids) that then opens out to the backyard.
Spacious and green, with an elegant timber gazebo (hello, summer tipples), the backyard is also home to the second dwelling. With its two bedrooms, spacious kitchen, hybrid bathroom-laundry, split system and alfresco timber deck overlooking the backyard, it feels like a home away from home. Whether it be used as guest lodgings for friends and family, a home office or a creative space to knuckle down on a project you’re working on, it’ll enjoy plenty of use.
Final touches include eight solar panels, single undercover car space and ample off-street parking.
Close to Preston North East Primary, Reservoir High and Northern College of the Arts and Technology as well as CH Sullivan Memorial Park and the Darebin Creek Trail, plus an easy walk to bus services on Chaleyer and Tyler streets (and plenty more at Northland), Plenty Road trams and a short drive to Regent Station, you’re connected to comfort and convenience at every turn here.
Recent Sales in reservoirSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|2/34 Barry St, reservoir||3||Townhouse (Res)||Auction Sale|
|3/24-26 Don St, reservoir||2||Unit||Auction Sale|
|3/616 Gilbert Rd, reservoir||2||Townhouse (Res)||Auction Sale|
Suburb Profile reservoir
Reservoir is 12 km north of Melbourne's CBD. Edwardes Street and Broadway contain many well established and iconic businesses, providing great old-fashioned customer service and old-world charm. Diversity is the foundation of Reservoir. Post World War II saw Reservoir’s population boom attracting new Italian and Greek migrants. Over the years, its diversity has grown to include new Lebanese, Macedonian, Indian and Chinese residents. Reservoir station is a hub for the major bus routes in the City, and two trams run through the suburb. Reservoir features Edwardes Lake Park, Reservoir Private Hospital and Darebin Community Sports Stadium.More about this suburb