This house is deceptively bigger than it looks, the weatherboard cottage facade makes it appear authentic but upon entry I was struck by the abundance of natural light and the high spec renovations. The floor plan was very well thought out as the home had a great flow from the front to the huge rear bi-fold doors which lead out to a beautiful decked courtyard, a fantastic space for entertainment. Very tastefully renovated and done with the family in mind as it has a warm feeling flow throughout the house and it leaves a lot of space inside with ample storage. The bedrooms are a touch on the small side but big enough for the growing kids. The main bedroom along with the walk-in robe and en-suite are huge, whilst it also has its own private balcony. The house borders the street so privacy is an issue but once inside you soon forget that, the triple lock up garage is a rarity in the location and is a huge bonus given street parking is a rarity limited. A great sized area considering the location. It maximises the generous space it has, although the bedrooms could be a touch bigger. Common problems in this location being accessibility and parking are not an issue with Darling Street just down the road and a lock-up garage with rear lane access.
Things we love
3 car lock-up garage
Rear lane access
Walking distance to the local amenities/Darling Street
With over 25 years’ experience spanning accounting, broker finance and property, Julio’s comprehensive knowledge and insider network delivers his clients valuable advantages. Leading BuyerX Sydney’s Inner West property advisory team, his passion is to help clients secure their property ambitions. An active and successful property investor, his eye for driving capital appreciation with smart design has attracted media coverage in Domain Innovation, Houses magazine and Channel 7’s Better Homes & Gardens.
Hamada Alameddine works alongside Julio Labraga in the Sydney Inner West team. He is responsible for managing the acquisition process, sourcing and selecting assets, due diligence, negotiation and execution of transaction.