82/304 Great Western Highway,WentworthvilleNSW2145
Near New Unit - MUST BE SOLD!
This near new 1 bedroom apartment features light filled living and dining area combined with quality finishes. Offering its purchaser great value and a central location, don't miss this one!
Good sized bedroom with built-in robe and access to balcony Contemporary kitchen with stone bench tops, gas cooktop, stainless steel appliances and tiled splash back Tiled open plan living and dining area with split-system air-conditioning Good sized balcony with plenty of natural sunlight and district views Tiled to ceiling modern bathroom & internal laundry Basement parking and lock up storage cage
Please Note: First home buyer stamp duty exemptions apply!!!
The Location: Just 25.2km to Sydney CBD, the 304 development is also in close proximity to Parramatta (3.9km or a 6 minute drive), commonly known as the second city of Sydney and business hub for the Western suburbs. The 304 offers its residents walking distance to Wentworthville shopping centre, bus routes via the T-way, local schools and parks and approx. a 14 minute walk to Wentworthville train station. It is also close to major arterial roads such as the M4, M7 and easy access to the University of Western Sydney and Westmead public school. (Data souced from Google Maps)
Features include: Air conditioning,Balcony / Deck,Intercom
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