Dee Why

69 Pacific Parade

Sold $900,000+
4 Beds2 Baths1 Car

Key details

Property Type House
Land Area 468 SQM

Highlights

YOUR DREAM BEACH HOME AWAITS YOUR DECORATIVE TOUCH

In a key location just an equidistant three minute stroll to either Dee Why Beach or Dee Why's thriving shopping mecca, this generously proportioned full brick home shows plenty of promise. Generously proportioned, wonderfully versatile, well presented and bathed in Northerly sunlight, it is screaming to be refreshed or redesigned into a residence more befitting its enviable location.
In a key location just an equidistant three minute stroll to either Dee Why Beach or Dee Why's thriving shopping mecca, this generously proportioned full brick home shows plenty of promise. Generously proportioned, wonderfully versatile, well presented and bathed in Northerly sunlight, it is screaming to be refreshed or redesigned into a residence more befitting its enviable location.

* Nestled on 468sqm in a prized corner position with a brilliant northerly aspect
* Bright and spacious living area with separate dining opens invitingly to northerly terrace
*Large functional kitchen, original bathroom in mint condition, huge bedrooms, high ceilings
* Self contained flat with bathroom and kitchenette, LUG, further development potential

COUNCIL RATES: $406.74 pq
WATER RATES: $150.69 pq
LAND SIZE: 468sqm

Features

Close to Schools
Close to Shops
Close to Transport

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