Semi Detached, Street Frontage, Stunner on Stanbury
Josh Teoslin and Australian Real Estate are proud to present this incredible street frontage townhouse to the market. Sizable, renovated, private and location unrivalled, only a 5 minute walk to Quakers Hill Train Station and in the catchment for Barnier Public and Mary Immaculate Primary School. An opportunity to move in with nothing to do, this property is ideal for a family.
- 3 large scale bedrooms with built in robes and the grand master featuring a walk-through wardrobe, stylish en suite and 2 bedrooms with access to the front balcony, awesome for enjoying some sun light and the morning coffee
- Open plan front lounge with large windows, perfect for watching TV and creating a flow to the kitchen/dining, awesome when entertaining
- Renovated kitchen, perfect for the chef of the family with stone bench tops, breakfast bar, undermount sink, lots of cupboard space, electric cooking and open to the dining room
- Modern oversized master bath with a separate shower and bath, stone vanity and large shaving cabinet, plus separate en-suite off the master
- Awesome back yard, perfect for entertaining with a combination of a paved alfresco area with built in seating and a lush patch of grass, great when guests are over or for the young children
- Single car lock up garage with internal access and a separate parking spot on the garage off the street.
Situated in a small complex close to all major attraction and amenities, such as the train station, bus stops, motorways, great schools and multiple shopping centres. This property is assured to be a hit and is a must see, as it will not last long. I look forward to seeing you at an upcoming inspection.
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