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33 Parkinson Avenue Turramurra, NSW 2074

Sold on 10 Mar 2015
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars
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House in Turramurra

SOLD By David Walker

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

Resting easily on its generous 986sqm lot amongst native gardens and leafy surrounds, this easy-living renovated home is the perfect Turramurra escape. Stretching across a generous single level, it communes with its outdoor spaces featuring a large deck and inviting pool.

Quality finishes provide instant comfort whilst the peaceful cul-de-sac setting and natural bushland surrounds are the ideal space to raise a family. The property is well-located with easy access to both Turramurra High and Primary, bus services and shopping areas.

Accommodation Features:

  • Well screened from the road, due north aspect
  • Easy care and attractive timber flooring
  • Kitchen with stone benchtops and fine European appliances
  • Spacious family living with bi-folds adjoins the deck
  • Substantial covered alfresco deck with a leafy outlook
  • Casual dining, internal entry from the double garage
  • Master with ensuite, 4th bedroom or possible study
  • Large Double lockup garage with automatic door

External Features:

  • Modern and attractive rendered exterior
  • Wrapped in low maintenance native gardens
  • Spacious shed in garden
  • Inviting pool

Location Benefits:

  • Peaceful low-traffic cul-de-sac
  • Walk to acres of parklands, playground and sporting fields
  • Close to both Turramurra High and Public
  • Walk to the bus

Auction:
Saturday 21 March, 4pm
Turramurra Masonic Hall

Contact:
David Walker 0414 184 911

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.

Features:
  • Double Garage
Bedrooms:

4

Bathrooms:

2

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Turramurra

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