Block size: 699 m² approx.House size: 173 m² approx.UV: $844,000 (2019)
Big Brick Bold
Perched high in the prime section of Narrabundah, and with sensational district views and moments to several pockets of sprawling parkland at Rocky Knob, this sensational old brick beauty offers the space you need immediately, with amazing opportunities for the future to customise and add even more value. A scarce commodity in a robust marketplace, enjoy the space on offer, with four genuinely large bedrooms all with robes, and two bathrooms. Big wide stairs meander to the front door, where a terrace takes in the stunning views only Caley Crescent offers.
A home that has been loved for years, the living spaces are flexible, with the sun streaming in all day through oversized picture windows. Perfect for growing families, set this space with a big dining table, couches and then have plenty of room for a kids play area, or study/reading zone for bigger kids. A home you can grow with. An excellent 900mm freestanding cooker fits easily in the updated kitchen, a space which is open to the living area.
The private backyard with high retaining walls leads into a tandem carport with gates for extra security. The covered, paved rear courtyard is ideal for a BBQ lunch with family year round.
• Ducted gas heating (new system) instantaneous hot water • Incredible under-house storage/ workshop/ kids play room • Polished timber flooring, high ceilings with ornate cornices • Very generous master bedroom, with period black and white en-suite, matching master bathroom • Schools within a gentle stroll include Narrabundah College, St Clare's St Edmund's, Red Hill Primary and Telopea Park
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