First Time Offered in 51 Years By Original Owner
Presenting a rare opportunity in an exceptionally convenient location, this two-storey residence is an entry level into the Pennant Hills market and sits on a large parcel of land approximately 929.5m.. Show more >
Presenting a rare opportunity in an exceptionally convenient location, this two-storey residence is an entry level into the Pennant Hills market and sits on a large parcel of land approximately 929.5m2 providing plenty of space to immediately Renovate or recreate (subject to council approval). Explore endless possibilities and capitalise on the potential of this residence in a great bushland setting whilst offering a lifestyle of peace and privacy perfect for the growing family or investor.
+ Separate formal lounge dining room with split system air-conditioner
+ Open plan kitchen with high ceilings overlooking stunning bush views
+ Full brick construction to lower level
+ Master bedroom fitted with built-in robe and ensuite
+ Plus four good sized bedrooms, three fitted with built-ins
+ Downstairs study
+ Full main bathroom with separate toilet
+ Internal laundry with external access and toilet
+ Outdoor entertaining area and brick shed/home gym/wine cellar/storage
+ Double carport with additional off-street parking
Auction to be held on the 6th February 2021 at 12:30pm on location.
Set in an outstanding location within metres of Pennant Hills Park and walking trails. Easy access to Pennant Hills Shopping Village, Pennant Hills Railway Station, Transport, and a selection of first-class Primary and Secondary Schools including Mount St Benedict College, St Agathas Catholic Primary School, Arden Anglican School, Loreto Normanhurst, Barker College, Knox Grammar and Abbotsleigh Private School. Only a short drive will take you to Castle Towers, Hornsby Westfield, Wahroonga Village, Macquarie Centre, M1 Pacific Motorway and M2 Motorway.
All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries." Show less