Contemporary living in tightly held and well maintained complex
Great opportunity to acquire a contemporary townhouse in immaculate condition situated in a exceptionally well maintained complex. In a ultra-convenient location opposite South Hurstville shopping village and within walking distance to Hurstville train station, this architecturally designed home provides an easy care lifestyle with minimal maintenance.
• Open plan living & dining areas, flowing onto private outdoor courtyard • Huge downstairs Master bedroom, with walk-in-robe & ensuite • Stylish gas kitchen with Caesar stone benchtops • 2 generous sized bedrooms with built in robes, with additional bathroom and study nook located upstairs • Remote double car lock up garage, Internal laundry, powder room, ducted air-conditioning & acorn stair lift • Within a 2 minute walk to South Hurstville local Shopping village, public transport and restaurants
Strata Per Quarter - Approx $500 Water Rates Per Quarter - Approx $170 Council Rates Per Quarter - Approx $355
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Garden,Secure Parking,Terrace-Balcony
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