SPACIOUS RENOVATED APARTMENT IN CENTRAL PICTON LOCATION!
Tuesday 23rd February 2021 @ 3:00pm – 3:30pm
Thursday 25th February 2021 @ 10:00am – 10.30am****
This convenient and practical 2-bedroomed apartment right in the heart of Picton is one not to be missed. Tightly-held due to its fabulous location, the building is located to the north of town and the kitchen offers views across the Picton escarpment, toward the south.
The apartment has been mostly renovated and includes new tiled flooring, brand new bathroom and laundry and fresh paint throughout.
The two spacious bedrooms have built-ins and the living space is open-plan, combining formal dining and the living area. The hallway takes you to the full bathroom and adjacent laundry, before the tidy and functional kitchen, which offers plenty of natural light.
Whether you’re looking to get your foot on the market as a first home buyer or want to add to your investment portfolio, this one could be for you. Book your appointment for an inspection today or come to one of our open homes!
Peter Hunt has lived in the Wollondilly with his wife and three children for almost 20 years. Offering genuine family-values and good old-fashioned customer service, feel free to call today to discuss this offering, or to discuss anything concerning your real estate needs: 0403 202 930
The villages of the Wollondilly region – including Picton, Thirlmere and the surrounds retain the tranquillity of small country towns. The region’s farms and villages, natural attractions and vast wilderness areas are a haven for nature-loving visitors.
Discover Picton’s fine heritage architecture, with some buildings built in 1830’s, which is rich in colonial and late-Victorian architecture. Picton also has many cafes, arts and craft shops.
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