5 Vals Court St Ives, NSW 2075

Sold for $2,050,000 on 26 Jul 2017
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

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House in St Ives

SOLD by Graeme Schultz

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

Quintessentially St Ives, this elegant colonial-style homestead is instantly appealing set high at the end of a cul-de-sac welcoming in an abundance of natural light. Resting upon a generous 1018sqm, it extends across its block affording a spacious single level floorplan with private alfresco spaces and a pool.

Encouraging relaxed living and entertaining, its bright and comfortable and offers excellent scope to update and add value in a prized location. It's easy walking distance to the bus, St Ives Public and High Schools, Masada College, St Ives Shopping Village and parks.

Accommodation Features:

  • Timber floors, high ceilings, abundance of glass
  • Spacious formal lounge and dining, casual living/dining
  • Family sized gas kitchen with breakfast bench, a/c
  • Three spacious bedrooms, study/4th bed with powder
  • Master suite enjoys an ensuite, concealed laundry
  • Covered access from the double lock up garage

External Features:

  • Wide front verandah, superb bay window
  • Sprawling rear entertainer's terrace and pool
  • Substantial front lawns and gardens

Location Benefits:

  • 650m to the bus
  • 1.1km to St Ives Primary
  • 1.5km to St Ives High School
  • 1.1km to Masada College
  • 1.6km to Dalrymple-Hay Nature Reserve
  • 1.2km to St Ives Shopping Village

Saturday 12 August, 4pm
Turramurra Masonic Hall

Graeme Schultz 0413 006 631

Disclaimer: All information contained here is gathered from sources we believe reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however we cannot guarantee it.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close To Schools
  • Close To Shops
  • Garden
  • Polished Timber Floor
  • Pool

2 garage spaces






St Ives

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