The suburb was named after Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, a British prime minister during the reign of Queen Victoria. The area was part of the suburb of Alexandria and was officially gazetted on 10 June 1977.
20/6 Wolseley Grove
20/6 Wolseley Grove, Zetland NSW 2017 AUS
MGM MARTIN - TWO BEDROOM TERRACE
HOLDING FEE RECEIVED
MGM Martin proudly presents this large two bedroom unfurnished home with exceptional street presence, this two level home is generously proportioned and offers two generous bedrooms, with their own en suite bathrooms, leafy park views, with off street parking
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Why make this your home?
– Luxury executive townhouse overlooking Joynton Park.
– Front gated courtyard
– Galley kitchen, featuring bespoke joinery, ample storage and exceptional finishes
– Expansive bedrooms both with ensuites
– Laundry and guest toilet on ground level
– Balcony overlooking park
– Large living and dining rooms separated by galley kitchen
– Pets considered upon application
Where is it?
Close, convenient and exciting, Zetland has transformed from an area of industrial roots to superb residential pockets surrounded by parks, coffee and art. Step out the door to discover a world of options. ‘Eco’ is perfectly positioned to enjoy the tree-lined streets, abundance of green spaces and pleasant areas to stroll.
** 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.
- 2 bed
- 2 bath
- Pet Friendly
- Open Parking Spaces
- Built In Robes
- Car Parking - Basement, Carpeted, Close to Schools, Close to Shops, Close to Transport
As Advertised or by Appointment
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