One of Melbourne’s worst kept secrets is out. Moonee Ponds has increasingly become a popular place for Melbournians to call home — and with its wonderful array of amenity and outstanding connectivity, it’s easy to see why.
Muna’s exclusive offering of six carefully crafted townhouses represents a rare opportunity to reside in this ever-growing pocket of the Victorian capital. With the population in this friendly neighbourhood expected to increase by 35 per cent over the next couple of decades, it won’t be long until property prices reflect the area’s true value.
With residences starting from $750,000, Muna places you just a two-minute stroll from Moonee Ponds’ beating heart — Puckle Street. Here, discover artisan baked bread, locally roasted coffee, fresh produce, authentic cuisine, boutique stores, and supermarkets — everything you could ever need.
Find a delectable morning coffee or grab some brunch at the local café scene that offers a wide range of options to suit every taste. Dining choices are also abundant, including Sir Duke, Eskagrill, and Yokoso Izakaya, to name a few. Meanwhile, uncover the nearby Strangeloves Wine Bar or The Valley Cellardoor for some of the best international wines.
Pick up groceries from the butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers and Coles supermarket, or find a host of boutique and chain fashion stores that dot the street for some daily window shopping. With banks, pharmacies and other convenience stores available on Puckle Street, this really is a location that keeps on giving.
Just a few minutes away lies the serenity of Queens Park. This botanical setting provides the idyllic retreat to enjoy picnics by the lake, a swim at the pool, a break at the picturesque cottage cafe or just a quiet wander among the exotic gardens. Keeping active while enjoying the great outdoors is also easy with the nearby Maribyrnong River Trail offering walking, running and riding tracks along its 23km.
Muna is surrounded by some of Melbourne’s best primary and high schools, including Mount Alexander College and Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School. The nearby 57 and 59 trams make door-to-door access to the University of Melbourne or RMIT a breeze, as well as the city’s bustling CBD. Moonee Ponds train station is also on hand to whisk passengers to the centre in a matter of minutes, while just a 20-minute drive is needed to get to the airport.
It’s no wonder Moonee Ponds is such a highly sought-after place to live. This is an incredibly connected locale, with the convenience of transport, shopping, dining, parks and cafés all within walking distance of Muna.
This boutique selection of townhomes are beautifully appointed and feature flowing open-plan living rooms and kitchen areas. Indulgent Smeg appliances, engineered timber flooring, and stone benchtops and splashbacks introduce an element of luxury, while ingenious and generous storage solutions add a sense of practicality.
The homes also come with a study, secure parking, and storage cage, as well as an elevated north-facing balcony — perfect for enjoying a glass of wine at the end of a summer’s day.
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