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28 Highlands Avenue Wahroonga, NSW 2076

Sold for $1,900,000 on 10 Mar 2018
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car
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House in Wahroonga

SOLD BY ALFRED TONG & CHRIS GUEST

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

A magnificent 1175sqm of level, sweeping land in a quiet cul-de-sac setting has been the basis for this full brick treasure since it was built in the 40's. Held by the original owners for over 70 years, it is a much-cherished home which has stood the passing of time with its solid build and simple interiors. Its high ceilings and well-proportioned rooms are still relevant and offer the option to undertake a renovation, to extend or to replace (STCA). The tucked away setting provides amazing centrality just footsteps to Waitara Public, bus services to both Wahroonga and Waitara railway stations and is a quick drive to Westfield shopping.

Accommodation Features:

  • High ceilings and superb joinery create a gracious vibe
  • Spacious lounge enjoying the ambience of a brick fireplace
  • Separate dining room, vintage gas kitchen, updated appliances
  • Three generous bedrooms
  • Neat original bathroom, internal laundry, reverse cycle a/c

External Features:

  • Desirable high-side setting in the quiet street
  • Sprawling, fenced rear backyard and gardens
  • Long driveway to the single lock up garage

Location Benefits:

  • 200m to Waitara Public School
  • 250m to the bus
  • 650m to local shops
  • 850m to Waitara station
  • 850m to Mark Taylor Oval
  • Close to Hornsby Kuring-gai Hospital
  • Easy drive to Hornsby Girls High and Westfield

Contact:
Alfred Tong 0404 644 853
Chris Guest 0424 595 597

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

Parking:

1 garage space

Bedrooms:

3

Bathrooms:

1

Suburb

Wahroonga

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