Narraweena

4 De Chair Road

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2 Beds1 Bath1 Car

Key details

Property Type House
Land Area 613 SQM

Highlights

ORIGINAL COTTAGE - GREAT BUILDING BLOCK

Sought after and popular location with a level walk to local shops, schools and public transport. An original big 2 bedder in good condition with a separate kitchen, separate lounge & separate dining. The home also has a back sunroom which overlooks the rear garden.
Sought after and popular location with a level walk to local shops, schools and public transport. An original big 2 bedder in good condition with a separate kitchen, separate lounge & separate dining. The home also has a back sunroom which overlooks the rear garden.

There is also plenty of storage with an extra large garage and an attached storeroom.

Great location to build a lovely new home with all the trimmings in a very popular part of Narraweena. Potential ocean & district views may also be achieved from a 2 level home.

Dimensions: 613.4 sqm total area
12.275 metre frontage
51.52/49.5 depth

Attention Builders - this property also has a building approval for 2 SEPP 5 homes (over 55's)if you are looking for a small project. PLEASE NOTE YOU DO NOT HAVE TO TAKE UP THIS APPROVAL.

INVESTORS NOTE - Currently leased at $500.00 per week to great tenants.

Features

Close to Schools
Close to Shops
Close to Transport

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