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    • Sold by Robert Mcelhone

      Property ID 1837406
      Inspect by appointment
      Wonderfully secure and supremely convenient, this second floor two-bedroom apartment is quietly positioned toward the back of the block with handy dual street access off Parkes Road and Thomson Avenue. Newly updated, the light-filled interior has been recently re-carpeted and freshly painted. Offering a seamless indoor/outdoor connection, the combined living and dining area open out to a leafy balcony. Nestled within a tree-lined enclave bordering Cleland Park and just footsteps from Artarmon Community Tennis Courts and Artarmon Public School, enjoy unrivalled access into the city centre via just a single set of traffic lights or by nearby train and bus transport options.

      * Streamlined modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances
      * Balcony extending from spacious combined living/dining
      * Built-in robes and white venetians feature in both bedrooms
      * Immaculate bathroom with separate bath tub and shower
      * Separate internal laundry, security intercom plus storeroom
      * Undercover off-street parking and ample visitor car spaces
      * Popular low-rise building with communal gardens and pool
      * Astute investment opportunity, ideal city base or 1st home
      * 650m walk to Artarmon Train Station, shops, buses and cafes
      * Central to Chatswood CBD, St Leonards and North Sydney
      * Benefit of only one common wall

      Approximate outgoings
      Water: $172.59 pq Council: $335 pq Strata: $999.65 pq

      Unit Size - 88 sqm with balcony + 18 Sqm parking

      All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable, however we are merely passing this on. We cannot guarantee it's accuracy and any interested persons should rely on their own enquiries'