This character, low-set, pre-war house ticks all the boxes. Fully renovated in 2015 the property has retained its character incorporating modern features with nothing left to do except enjoy.
Manly Harbour at your doorstep. Invite those sea breezes through your windows by making 112 Boswell Terrace your next home. With stained wooden floors and a coastal colour palette, this property will make every day feel like a vacation. The large 2 car carport even has extra height clearance for your boat or camper!
The entry opens into the main living area with double doors that can provide separation from the open plan living dining and kitchen area. An undercover entertaining area leads off the combined dining and kitchen space and is bound to be a hit with family and friends. With the Modern freedom kitchen entertaining will be a breeze. The low maintenance landscaped yard means you can simply lock up and go!
- 4 bedrooms (all with built-in wardrobes)
- 2 bathrooms (1 ensuite)
- Combined living, dining and kitchen area
- Spacious second living area
- Ducted air conditioner
- Solar panels - 6.5kw
- Double Carport
This property is only a short walk from the esplanade and Manly village, and with the train station close by your trip into the city is made easy. Are you a coffee lover? Even if you're not, you're bound to be converted by Cooper's Coffee House just around the corner. 112 Boswell Terrace is waiting for its next occupants to transform the property from house to home.
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