4 Oakden Drive, Bundoora VIC 3083
I've been hearing a lot about reservoir lately. It's made the herald sun again for a start up place for young professionals & most auctions. Houses hi…
Hi Guys, Just wanted to have your opinion on houses on McShane Street Reservoir. Is it a street where you would buy home or would you avoid. Als…
I am relocating to Melbourne and hoping to stay in the residence section of Bell City in Preston for the first 6-8 weeks and catch the train from Bell…
Is it safe? Is it clean? Mix of cultures or neutral or is it more inclined towards just one? Is it noisy? Is it well connected transport wise?
Currently I'm lucky enough to call Preston home. Easy access to East Link, Airport and CBD a massive bonus for us. To top it off lots of good places to eat, my favourites Ditsy Dani's Cafe for food and coffee in the Preston Market and C Culture Chinese restaurant on High Street Preston. Very easy and convenient place to live.
I have sold a few properties in Watsonia and Watsonia North. I also have family that have been in the area a long time. With local schools and shops within close proximity its ideal for raising a family and also a great suburb to invest in.
Having grown up in the area a may be seen to be bias. Its no accident values in Bundoora a risen steadily over the last 10 years. From Tram route 86, bus services to local primary and secondary schools, Latrobe University, RMIT University and Bundoora Park. Then you are spoilt for choice with Bundoora Square, University Hill and…
Its no accident Reservoir has become one of the fastest growing suburbs in the northern corridor. From public transport, local primary and secondary schools and a variety of specialty stores along The Broadway and Edwardes Street, it is easy to see why so many people are moving here and have been residents here for many years.…
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Gino VernucciSenior Property Consultant - Harcourts Rata & Co