PEACEFUL, PRIVATE POCKET-PLEASER
CUL-DE-SAC POSITION! This three-bedroom brick-veneer family home is a welcome offering to the rental market. Featuring generous sized bedrooms with built-ins, single lock up garage under the main roof and fresh paint throughout.
The kitchen is brand new and has been renovated, spruced-up with new benchtops, cupboards and subway tile splashback. The floating timber floor is also brand new and completes the renovations to this home.
There is a formal lounge room and large, open-plan meals / rumpus area, which leads to the fully-fenced lawn outside. The split system air will keep you comfortable all year round.
Act quickly if you want to take advantage of this affordable, yet renovated family home. Call Peter Hunt: 02 4656 1929
At the inspection:
Campbelltown gets its name from Elizabeth Campbell, the wife of former Governor of New South Wales Lachlan Macquarie. Originally called Campbell-Town, the name was later simplified to the current Campbelltown. Campbelltown was presented with its own Coat of Arms in 1969, based on the Arms of the Campbell Family in Scotland.
Situated in the fast-growing Macarthur district, Campbelltown now boasts some of the largest shopping centres outside Sydney, with all major facilities to support growing families.
A significant regional hub for South Western Sydney with a direct rail line and highway, major hospital, university and several shopping centres, Campbelltown is located just 58km from Wollongong’s beaches and 232km to Canberra.
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