AUCTION SUNDAY 11th OCTOBER 10:30AM
Must be sold
DOUBLE BRICK BUNGALOW IN PRESTIGE LOCALE
Enviably positioned on a high side 810sqm block, this full brick, classic bungalow offers the quintessential Strathfield lifestyle you've been searching for. Move straight in and enjoy the restor.. Show more >
Enviably positioned on a high side 810sqm block, this full brick, classic bungalow offers the quintessential Strathfield lifestyle you've been searching for. Move straight in and enjoy the restored period charm or look to further update to your liking. This exceptional opportunity affords;
- 3 large bedroom with BIR's - front room offers rare study / home office functionality
- Oversized formal lounge room with gas fireplace
- Large kitchen with dining area off set
- Two full bathrooms - great for the growing family
- Rear lounge / rumpus awash with Northern sun
- Level rear yard with fire pit - great for entertaining
- Gated side access with carport + garage
- Unique storage room - explore the possibilities STCA
- LAND | 810sqm (approx.) with North facing rear yard
Located on a tree lined street, with the prestigious St. Patrick's College Strathfield within a short stroll - the property is family friendly, and with its central location 15 minutes walk from both Homebush and Strathfield stations, the best of both worlds combine.
Move in today and enjoy the convenience, as well as further capital growth with an unparalleled position in one of Sydney's most sought after suburbs.
Offered as a Deceased estate, this property Must be sold - it therefore provides impeccable value and is a must to view. Call Broderick and his team on 0416 194 157 for further information and to book an inspection today!
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