Walk to Keilor Plains train station – it’s just down the street – with plentiful recreation, education and shopping resources also close by.

The easy-to-live-in layout of this St Albans property provides a generously proportioned kitchen, meals and lounge area.

The neo-federation facade offers good street presence.

On entry, find a big lounge room with hardwood floors, downlights and a split-system. The main bedroom, at the front of the house, has floating floorboards, an en suite and a walk-in robe with door.

Walk past the lounge room to the kitchen and meals area.

The kitchen has 12 doors of storage, an oven, dishwasher and plenty of good bench space.

The meals area is welcoming and adjoins a multi-purpose area that has sliding door access to outdoor spaces.

Two more bedrooms are truly huge and have built-in robes and views of the large backyard, currently a blank canvas awaiting re-invention.

There is a central study with french multi-paned doors, floating floorboards and good light.

Currently set up as a bedroom, it has through-access to the main bedroom.

The double garage has an over-height roof, so could be re-configured to house a boat or caravan.

This property, perfect for first home owners, has great bones so updating over time will not require the re-configuration of rooms.

Start your journey here, in a wonderfully central court location that delivers all the advantages of this evolving post code.

Vibrant and delicious Alfrieda Street is less than two kilometres away.

Samantha Freestone