MGM MARTIN - LARGE DOUBLE STOREY FAMILY HOME
30 George Street, Eastlakes NSW 2018
HOLDING FEE RECEIVED
MGM Martin proudly presents this beautifully maintained 3 bedroom family home which is flooded with natural sunlight. Ideal location being walking distance to Eastlakes Shopping Centre, public transport, Eastlakes Public School, JJ Cahill Memorial School, Eastlakes Sports Club, the Lakes Golf Course and nearby to UNSW, Kingsford shops as well as beaches a short drive away.
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Why make this your home?
– Charming home with a pretty facade and neat front yard on a quiet street
Bottom section of the house has new floorboards and freshly painted
– Lovely sunny living area extends to large dining area
– Open plan gas kitchen with stainless steel appliances
– Nicely proportioned master bedroom with built-ins
– Generously sized bedrooms upstairs
– Separate laundry room with shower and WC
– Spacious bathroom, high ornate ceilings
– Carpeted upstairs only
– Long side driveway leads to sunny backyard
– Private inspections available
– Pets not considered for this property
Where is it?
Eastlakes is a hidden gem that is rapidly being discovered, enjoying excellent transport options and easy accessibility to all the areas emerging lifestyle benefits. Step out to a wide array of express bus services allowing quick access to the CBD, airport and beaches. You will enjoy quick access to the Eastern suburb’s world class beaches
** 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.
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