Near new family property and granny flat on a sizeable 459sqm block
Occupying a sizeable parcel measuring just over 459sqm, this impressive property is presented in impeccable near new condition with an abundance of accommodation. It's a five minute drive to Bankstown Central, plus a short stroll to Simmat Avenue shops.
- Rental Return of $1,150 per week, - Front house $750 per week and Granny flat $400 per week - Designed for family entertaining with scope for dual living - Sunlit balcony captures stunning district views of Hurstville - Dual level main residence with generous open plan interiors - Two bedroom self-contained flat with side access and fencing - Granite kitchen with premium gas appliances and dishwasher - Spacious backyard with plenty of room for children to play - Exciting opportunity for smart investors and growing families - Air conditioning, understair storage, stunning master suite - Lock-up garage plus driveway, ceilings by CZ Ceiling Design - Close to local schools, metres to O'Brien Park/Playground
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