One of the most beautiful semi detached properties I have inspected it is hard to find significant negative points. This home was comprehensively rebuilt less than 2 years ago. Floors and joists were rebuilt on ground level and a high quality of fit-out included to ensure a WOW factor. Entering through a well maintained garden, the slate roof is a feature and the hall way features magnificent floorboards.
Featuring almost 200m of internal living space, the rear family and kitchen area is light and bright due to a North facing rear leading to a covered BBQ area framed by a mature Camelia tree in full flower.
Featuring attic storage and wardrobes in 3 of the 4 bedrooms as well as storage in the garage there is plenty of space for a family. Upstairs the main bedroom is separated from the second bedroom by 2 bathrooms so quite private. The second bedroom upstairs features a very practical and well sized study.
The location is in a thoroughfare mainly frequented by locals so traffic noise is minimal and is within 2 minutes walking to Cremorne Junction, public transport and Orpheum Cinema.
In summary, the moment you walk into this home, it feels like no expense has been spared and the light and bright rear area draws you into the heart of the family home.
One of Sydney’s most trusted real estate advisors, David Turnbull is a highly competent and experienced buyer’s agent with a wealth of knowledge and the skill set to negotiate successful outcomes for his clients. A tertiary educated professional with an extensive career at Macquarie Bank and Grimsey Wealth, David has guided hundreds of clients through the process of buying a home or investment property.
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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]