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    • Explore Baulkham Hills
    • Sold by Broderick Wright 0416 194 157, Many More Wanted

      Property ID 1836913
      Conveniently located in one of Baulkham Hills' most sought after pockets is this updated, single level brick home ready and waiting for young couples, downsizers or the growing family. Set on a commanding 696sqm North-East corner position, the home offers multiple living and entertaining areas as well as a multitude of future potential. It features:

      - 3 well-proportioned bedrooms, main with study nook
      - Large renovated eat-in kitchen with island bench + Bosch appliances
      - Luxury bathroom with stone highlights and dual shower
      - Oversized covered decking area - perfect for alfresco entertaining
      - Two level yards offset, pet and child friendly
      - Off street carport + further room for side access (explore the possibilities)
      - Internal laundry, custom made shutters and timber floors are highlights

      Quintessential Hills living is on offer, close to quality local schools including Baulkham Hills North Public, Our Lady of Lourdes and Baulkham Hills Selective High School. With local parks, reserves and walking trails on your doorstep, it's the perfect place to raise children. Close to City buses, and with direct transport into both Castle Towers and Parramatta CBD, convenience is also assured.

      With strict instructions to Sell - make this home a priority and call Broderick on 0416 194 157 for further information or to book an inspection.

      "Ray White Parramatta/Oatlands, its directors, employees and related entities believe that the information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem to be reliable. However, no representation or warranties of any nature whatsoever are given, intended or implied. Any interested parties should rely on their own inquiries."