71 Roberts Street, essendon
Inspired And Masterful Family Entertainer
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Meticulously incorporating authentic detail with the finest materials, a gloriously spacious layout and magnificent entertaining credentials, this four bedroom plus office, three bathroom residence in grand Californian Bungalow style even offers a self-contained pool house. Demonstrating a love of the qualities of the 1920s Bungalow, the rather more contemporary residence slowly reveals itself as embodying the best of both worlds. Comprising a formal living/dining, sublime kitchen/meals featuring 1200mm Waldorf gas cooker, commercial dishwasher and deep walk-in pantry, spacious family room, retreat with study areas, supreme entertaining area, self-cleaning pool and spa, it claims a place among top echelon family homes. Big bedrooms include excellent storage, the generous office adjoins another fitted study area, period style bathrooms include an ensuite and the pool house is a complete abode. A four car garage, workshop, powder room, abundant solar panels, alarm, video intercom, electric gates, heating/cooling, granite appointments, ironbark flooring and high ceilings with decorative detail, on a vast allotment near schools, transport, parks and Keilor Road, result in a total triumph.
Recent Sales in essendonSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|9/246 Buckley St, essendon||1||Apartment||Sold Before Auction|
|2/13 Winifred St, essendon||2||Apartment||Private Sale|
|4/18 Lawson 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