RENOVATED FAMILY PLEASER, SPACIOUS LIVING, BIG BACK GARDEN
This home has been freshly renovated and features spacious living areas, polished timber floors, two family-sized bathrooms and that increasingly rare large back yard.
The country kitchen is galley style, with tiled floors and leads to the meals area, which opens up to the large lounge room. With ceiling fans and carpets throughout, the main living areas also feature a split system air unit, for year-round comfort.
The bathrooms are fully tiled to the ceilings and offer plenty of space, with its contemporary style and colour scheme.
The rear garden has level lawns, offers privacy, a brand new tool shed and is large enough for a round of cricket with the children, or to kick a ball around in.
Rental properties of this calibre don’t last long. Be sure to inspect this one at one of our upcoming inspections. Peter Hunt Real Estate – nominated Finalists in the Local Business Awards four years in a row – is on 02 4656 1929
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 45min direct rail line, major hospital, university and several shopping centres, Campbelltown is located just 52kms from Wollongong’s beaches and 235kms to Canberra.
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