A recently renovated semi, there are new bathrooms and the rear has been converted from a bedroom and laundry into a beautiful open kitchen/ entertaining area of 35m leading into the garden. Don't be put off by the large furniture, the space is actually very usable. This area could benefit with trimming of trees to allow more reflected light into the South rear yard as well as a step down into the garden. The bedroom has been reallocated into the previous separate living room so there is now only one family area. We have not reviewed the DA plans but can confirm an upstairs level can be added. The current master bedroom has a sunny North Facing sunroom leading off it with a recently added ensuite bathroom. A well proportioned storage area is located under the house which combined with wardrobes in each bedroom ensure there is plenty of storage.
The property is located in the popular Awaba St precinct, favoured due to its proximity to Balmoral Beach and Mosman Junction as well as its midway point between Manly or Sydney CBD. During summer, traffic flow is high along this part of Awaba St during certain times of the week due to proximity to Balmoral but the rush hour short cut stopped about 10 years ago when turning off into Spit Rd was made illegal during rush hour. Locals confirmed that rush hour short cut traffic was no longer a major issue.
The property is ready to move into now or to add the extra level.
Things we love
newly added car park
recent rear renovation plus new DA approved 2nd level
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