A well presented Federation home, a recent DA has been submitted for a second level and car park. The home sits in a very convenient location within similar well presented homes, close to Primrose Park, Cremorne Junction and Balmoral Beach with the City one set of lights away. The land is reasonable in size but will lose front garden space with carpark and the pool takes up a lot of rear garden. With internal space of 160m, the rooms are large with high ceilings offering a sense of space and general openness with most bedrooms featuring period fireplaces. 2 of the bedrooms do not have built in robes but there is an entire wall in the back room dedicated to storage and a cellar/store room accessed from outside. The master bedroom does not have an ensuite with the main bathroom servicing all 4 bedrooms. An additional small bathroom/toilet and laundry is located at the rear of the home. The rear of the home features a large 60 sqm lounge/dining and kitchen area with high ceilings and wide glass doors leading out to the pool area. This is elevated and whilst it allows more sun for the pool, a level lawn may be more practical. Overall the house presents well with a recent paint, the kitchen is functional but could be updated as part of the upcoming renovations. The property has a feeling of a happy home, is significant in size internally and allows the option of moving straight in or updating it with the renovation.
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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]