157 Coward Street, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS
157 Coward Street, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS
157 Coward Street, Mascot, NSW 2020 AUS

157 Coward Street

157 Coward Street, Mascot NSW 2020 AUS




MGM MARTIN proudly presents this freshly updated, large home, ideal for a growing family. Blending original character and modernity, this great home is perfectly located with all your conveniences within short distance.

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Why make this your home?
– Brand new carpet throughout
– Freshly painted throughout
– Recently updated kitchen with quality gas stovetop & oven
– Well-presented bathroom, with bathtub & updated amenities
– Easy care, sun-drenched & grassed backyard
– Laundry room
– Lockup garage with room for storage & full length driveway for additional car spaces

Where is it?
Mascot is a hidden gem that is rapidly being discovered, enjoying excellent transport options and easy accessibility to all the areas emerging lifestyle benefits.
Just around the corner is an immense amount of eateries, IGA, Woolworths and a superb array of day-to-day shopping and services, a wide array of express bus services allowing quick access to the CBD, airport and eastern beaches. Also a short distance drive offers a choice of stunning parklands including Erskineville’s Sydney Park and the mammoth grounds of Centennial Park.

** Please note, while care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars & all information is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. In addition to this, any interested persons are advised to make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves in all respects.


Property Features
Property ID 1P10254
Property Type House
Land Size
Inspection Times
As Advertised or by Appointment
Jonathan Avris
Leasing Executive
02 9662 3954
0456 770 555

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