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    • Renovated Modern Townhouse Moments to Station

      Property ID 1536631
      *** EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST ***
      Tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac just 400m walk to Artarmon train station, this fully renovated spacious 3-level townhouse promises a lifestyle of perfect convenience, minutes stroll to village shops and restaurants.

      Appointed with high calibre fittings and finishes throughout, it embraces high ceiling, generous alfresco areas and an indoor/outdoor design ensuring easy entertaining.

      FEATURES INCLUDE:
      * Artarmon Public School catchment (Sydney's top ranking public school)
      * Walk to train station and shops in approx. 6 mins
      * Own street frontage and secured rear courtyard with access to car park
      * Sunny northerly timber deck rear courtyard, perfect for BBQ and entertaining
      * Fully renovated bathrooms and new contemporary kitchen
      * New high quality solid timber floors on 3 levels throughout townhouse
      * Granite benchtops and stainless steel SMEG gas appliances
      * Two double sized bedrooms with built in wardrobes
      * Spacious loft level third bedroom + study/home office area
      * Air conditioning on ground level, gas heating, security intercom
      * Single secured parking and storage cage
      * Pet friendly (subject to strata approval)

      APPROXIMATE AREAS:
      Internal: 141 sqm
      Courtyard: 56 sqm
      Secure Carspace: 15 sqm
      Storage: 2.5 sqm
      Total Area on Title: 214 sqm

      Approximate Outgoings Per Quarter:-
      Strata $1,350 Council $333 Water $220

      STRATA PLAN REGISTERED: 1999

      "All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee its accuracy and any interested persons should rely on their own enquiries."