23 Hague Place, NSW 2761




Sold by Ismail Ates 9677 9999

Set in Oakhurst’s most demanding position, offering an excellent opportunity for the first home buyer or investor, this no expense home is definitely one to consider for your property portfolio. Offering lifestyle excellence, this entry level home is a refreshing and stylish family haven located under 1km from Plumpton Marketplace shopping centre, Richard Johnson Private School, Plumpton High School, Transport and M7 Motorways and the recently constructed Marsden Park Business Centre featuring IKEA, ALDI, Woolworths, Bunnings & soon to be COSTCO plus many more stores.

+ Picturesque presentation with landscaped gardens
+ Large open plan lounge room
+ 3 bedrooms, all with built in robes & shelves
+ Galley style kitchen with Gas cooktop, brand new splashbacks & breakfast bar
+ Separate dining with seamless flow to outdoor entertaining area
+ Updated main bathroom with new tap fittings and separate toilet
+ Outdoor alfresco area overlooking the backyard with above ground swimming pool
+ Child & pet friendly lawns, with shed and side walkway access
+ Single car lock up garage with drive through access
+ Set in a cul de sac location the property features ducted air conditioning throughout, hardwood timber floors, electric roller shutters around the home & manicured gardens
+ 329 sqm block

Council: $350 approx. per quarter
Rental return: $450 – $475 approx. per week

On the date of the open home we will be taking offers, If you would like to request a contract prior to the open home please send through your detail.

**We have obtained all information in this property from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.*

Property Features

Property Features
  • House
  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 1 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 329 m²
  • Garage

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Marvin Dayupay

Email Shaun Millwood

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