This property is centrally located just off the secondary route linking Northern beaches and CBD plus its a walk to Balmoral albeit up Awaba St on the way home. Traffic during rush hour and during Summer days can cause slight delays in exiting the road but this is no major issue at all but worth noting. The 2 car parks are very beneficial as parking can become busy in the street and are part of a landscaping upgrade 5 years ago whilst the main renovation was completed approximately 20 years ago but has held up very well.
The property has a good common sense layout with 2 bedrooms at the front with wardrobes and a bathroom separating the formal lounge before entering the 35m living and kitchen area. The kitchen is very well positioned and is part of the rear area without dominating it and the very private garden, whilst not large does form a large entertaining zone. The parents retreat is upstairs with a large WIR and storage area at the rear. The master bedroom has small windows which helps with privacy but does limit light into the room.
A nicely maintained property in a Central location , this property is walking distance to BridgePoint Shopping Centre and Spit Junction. A young family would suit this property as well as teenagers so it has broad appeal.
Things we love
Large rear living area leading onto private courtyard
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Welcome to the property market update for Sydney’s Lower North Shore, Winter 2019. Much like most of metropolitan Sydney, the Lower North Shore property market has experienced decreased stock levels this winter which has translated to a lower number of sales and marginal price movements. Price growth has only slightly increased in most Lower North ...[read more]