Impeccable corner townhouse a stroll to shops, cafes and nightlife
Exuding a terrace-style ambience yet modernised for contemporary living, this townhouse is set in the thriving Harold Park complex. Flowing over two levels, the ground floor is an entertainer's paradise with a fluid open plan in/outdoor design and high-end finishes and inclusions. Central to Harold Park Hotel and the Tramsheds, it promotes an active and social lifestyle.
Open plan kitchen and separate living and dining areas Galley-style kitchen with sumptuous stone bench tops Gas stainless steel Miele appliances including dishwasher Fresh white colour palette, multiple alfresco dining areas Sizeable bedrooms with built-in robes, fully tiled bathrooms Internal laundry, ducted air conditioning, secure entrance Secure underground parking and storage, internal access Convenient to Glebe delights, Sydney University and UTS
Outgoings: Council : $285.70 pq Water : $155.60 pq Strata : $2158.88 pq
For further information please contact:
Emily Seymour 0497 333 559 or William Kwok 0481 702 370
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Transport,Close to Shops,Alarm System,Close to Schools,Ensuite,Carpeted,Creative,Grease Trap,Loading Dock Access,Openable Windows,Courtyard,Dishwasher
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