*Please note house needs major TLC*
Presenting the best of modern-day contemporary living this sleek three bedroom family home built on an enormous single level layout is located in the heart of Dean Park with easy access to Richmond Rd & M7/M4.
Combining a modern-day aesthetic, incredible sunlight and a great open floor plan with seamless indoor and outdoor living, buyers will admire the combination of internal & external living spaces that ensures comfort all the way to the spectacular landscaping surrounding the home.
Appealing to families looking to move into the area it is located minutes from local shops, parklands and easy access to M7/M4/Richmond Road.
+ 570 SQM block
+ Updated bathroom
+ Updated lounge
+ Commanding street presence
+ 35.6m frontage proposes duplex/granny flat*
+ Gorgeous front façade overlooking landscaped garden
+ Upon entrance you’re greeted with the expansive open plan lounge & dining room
+ 3x bedroom, 2bedrooms with built-in wardrobes
+ Master bedroom features carpet, air conditioner & full-length wardrobe
+ Classic spacious kitchen featuring gas cooktop, tiled splashback, pantry, and abundance of cupboard space
+ Separate dining area just off the kitchen with easy flow to alfresco
+ Polished tiles in all living area & kitchen and carpet to the bedrooms
+ Main bathroom is updated and includes separate shower, vanity & toilet
+ Original covered alfresco ideal for entertaining overlooking an enormous backyard
+ Separate storage on the side of the house
+ Single lock up garage with separate carport house total 4 cars
Located only minutes from local shops, eatery and selection of private & public schools, IKEA, COSTCO, Marsden Park shopping centre, public transport & M7 Motorway.
*STCA = Subject to council approval
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