Double brick family home nestled in leafy convenient location
Completely enveloped in leafy surrounds offering seclusion and absolute privacy, this immaculate freestanding double brick residence enjoys a bright north easterly setting with well proportioned living spaces and three generous bedrooms all with built in wardrobes. Neat and well maintained with generous ceiling heights, the easycare layout is perfect for family comfort and living. Set on a generous 537m2 level block, this property is ready to occupy and also offers endless opportunities for further development to include converting the existing outdoor studio/garage to a granny flat (STCA) for potential income or dual family living. Conveniently located to all amenities and within 550m to Hurstville Station it's an easy walk to Hurstville CBD, schools, shops and parks.
Property Highlights: • Walking distance to Hurstville Station, Hurstville CBD, shops and schools • Open plan living and dining • Three double sized bedrooms with built-in wardrobes • Eat in Kitchen • Neat and tidy bathroom with separate shower, bath with additional toilet at the rear • Internal Laundry • Polished floorboards • Garage/studio which can be easily converted to granny flat (STCA) • Carport and ample off-street parking • Security alarm • Sundrenched backyard • 537m2 level block with endless possibilities
Features include: Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Security Alarm
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