Dee Why

9/49 Howard Avenue

Sold Offers Over $285,000
1 Bed1 Bath1 Car

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Highlights

FANTASTIC ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT

This fantastic one bedroom apartment is set in one of the most convenient locations in Dee Why. With the main shopping centres and transport just a mere 50 metres away and the famous restaurants and chic cafes of Dee Why Beach just 150 metres away, it is perfect for the first home buyer's, investors or downsizers. This great apartment features :
This fantastic one bedroom apartment is set in one of the most convenient locations in Dee Why. With the main shopping centres and transport just a mere 50 metres away and the famous restaurants and chic cafes of Dee Why Beach just 150 metres away, it is perfect for the first home buyer's, investors or downsizers. This great apartment features :

* One bedroom on the 2nd story of a tightly held apartment block, open living area
* Original kitchen with gas cooking. Bright and sunny aspect with great size balcony
* One separate bathroom with internal laundry. Under cover car space to the rear of the building
* Be sure to secure this apartment as there are very few around!

Council Rates: $220.00 pq approx.
Water Rates: $102.00 pq approx.
Strata Rates: $418.62 pq qpprox.

Features

Close to Schools
Close to Shops
Close to Transport

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