Essendon area description
Essendon is just a handful of kilometres from the city, 16 mins by car or 18 mins by train, but all that grind seems to melt away when you stroll the banks of the Maribyrnong River. Essendon’s amazing period homes are still the pride of their original owners, older folks who keep the spirit and flavour of Essendon alive. You’ll also find many families with older children taking advantage of Essendon’s brilliant riverside location with its lovely cafes, impressive schools, bike tracks and proximity to the city. If you’re looking for somewhere to enjoy a little bit of the good life, Essendon knows how to deliver. Much of Essendon’s buzz bubbles along on the banks of the mighty Maribyrnong River, where people cycle along the bike tracks while families picnic in the parkland and ladies lunch at Poynton’s Nursery.
Essendon train station -73m
Queens Park -1.1km
DFO Essendon -2.9km
Highpoint Shopping Centre -4.4km
Penleigh & Essendon Grammar -2 mins driving
Essendon Primary School -3 mins driving
St Columba’s College -4 mins driving
Victoria University -12 mins driving
University of Melbourne -16 mins driving
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology -18mins driving
Linc has been thoughtfully designed to build upon the tradition of premium residential living that has long been associated with Essendon. The best of Essendon village is on your doorstep, while vibrant neighbourhoods like Moonee Ponds and Brunswick are only slightly further afield. At Linc, you’ll be surrounded by Essendon’s best amenity, in the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant and eclectic north. Linc will offer a selection of apartments that have been designed and crafted by a talented project team with a proven track record. Meanwhile, it will feature three separate and spectacular garden areas for residents to gather and enjoy the outdoors.
We recommend the following unit in the project:
UXX8, 1B1B1C, 50+8m2, $425,000.