Timeless appeal, modern enrichments

-Premium location in Eastwood
-Full brick family friendly house
-High side and quite street
-Super spacious lounge and dining
-Modern open plan gas kitchen
-Split air conditioner
-Timber floors and high ceilings
-Covered entertaining area
-1km to Eastwood station
-750m to Eastwood public school
-700m to Eastwood shops and restaurants
-Council Rates: $361.72 approx
-Water Rates: $196.51 approx
A full brick classic with modern adornments and comforts, this family friendly home sits on the high side of a peaceful street within easy reach of vibrant Eastwood. Brimming with light, its charming double bedrooms include an elegant master with built ins, crisp blue and white en suite and glass doors opening to an enclosed sunroom or study. Timber floors, high ceilings (some decorative) and picture rails enhance the vintage ambience, flowing to an open modern rear extension creating a huge lounge/dining area. Sets of timber French doors reveal a sun dappled covered terracotta paved entertaining area, adjoining a private easy care yard with vegetable gardens and shed. Modern refinements include an open kitchen with island bench, breakfast bar and stainless Smeg gas cooking, split a/c and alarm (to be activated). With a carport and extra parking for 2 cars, this home is perfectly positioned to all Eastwood has to offer, 1km to the station, shops and Eastwood Public School and just minutes to Marist College.

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