Opportunities like this are rare, especially at this price point. Set back from the road of the concrete driveway is the main residence. With its cosy weatherboard construction, inside is a warm, inviting and delightful home.
Main living areas throughout have floating timber floorboards. There are two living areas and a spacious kitchen, which flows out to an informal meals area.
The five bedrooms have three with built-ins and ceiling fans, with carpets to all. The rear yard is very spacious with a large paved section, is fully fenced and very private. Distant green views thanks to the height of the rear of the dwelling, are very pleasing to the eye.
The second residence is accessed down the side of the main residence, to the rear. There is vinyl floor covering throughout and a combined kitchen / lounge area. Both bedrooms have triple-mirrored built-in robes and a split system air to keep things warm or cool, depending on the season.
5 bedrooms, three with built-ins and ceiling fans
Open-plan living with kitchen and meals area
Two additional living areas, the separate lounge and rumpus rooms
Floating timber floors and downlights throughout
Split system air, large rear back yard, lockable carport
Fully fenced, secure and private with distant green views
Two-bedroom, self-contained retreat or granny flat with triple-mirrored robes
Combined kitchen / living area, with gas cooking
Easy maintenance vinyl floor covering throughout, Split system air
Private rear yard, Tool shed
Properties of this type are in demand by astute investors with the dual-income potential, or the large family with either adult children or elderly parents, looking for their own privacy without being too far from the family.
Please note, the property is being sold subject to existing tenancy.
Enquire today and talk with one of our friendly and experienced staff, with one of Macarthur’s fastest growing estate agency: 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 direct rail line and highway, major hospital, university and several shopping centres, Campbelltown is located just 53km from Wollongong’s beaches and 233km to Canberra.
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