Dee Why

8/40 Boronia Street

Sold $305,000
1 Bed1 Bath1 Car

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Property Type Unit

Highlights

DEE WHY HEADLAND WITH BEACH VIEWS

Step into the Northern Beaches real estate market and make use of the first home owners grant with this fabulous top floor one bedroom apartment. Located in the Golden Triangle of Dee Why Headland, an opportunity like this rarely arises. The apartment comprises of:
Step into the Northern Beaches real estate market and make use of the first home owners grant with this fabulous top floor one bedroom apartment. Located in the Golden Triangle of Dee Why Headland, an opportunity like this rarely arises. The apartment comprises of:

* Large bedroom with built in wardrobe
* Great size kitchen and bathroom, both in original condition
* Large balcony with luscious private greenery and also the added bonus of beach glimpses.
* Under cover car space also on title. Perfect for the first home buyer or investor.
With just a short stroll to the Famous Dee Why Beach to enjoy all it's award winning restaurants and a 500m walk to the centre of Dee Why shopping district, you can't go wrong.

Strata Managers: Mason & Brophy - 8978 3000
Strata Levies: $372.32 pq
Council Rates: $235.31 pq
Water Rates: $124.29 pq

Features

Built-ins
Close to Schools
Close to Shops
Close to Transport

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