63 Tennyson Road

Auction SOLD $1,575,000
4 Beds1 Bath2 Cars

Key details

Property Type House
Water $179 / Quarter
Council $453 / Quarter
Land Area 464 SQM


Massive Potential

Ideal home that's brimming with potential
Ideal home that's brimming with potential

Simply redecorate and move straight in or explore the potential of revealing distant ocean views (STCA) via a first-floor addition in this partially renovated bungalow that's superbly positioned in a tranquil central setting. Placed on 464sqm with gently sloping lawn, it is within a stroll of parks, playing fields, shops and schools, and a selection of beaches are only a stone's throw away.

Nicely elevated on the high side of a quiet leafy street
Bright open living space opens to verandah with district views
Large dining room adjoins modernised kitchen with dishwasher
Double bedrooms, main with mirrored built-in wardrobe
Stylish bathroom, covered external access to laundry with w/c
High ceilings, tiled flooring in living areas, ceiling fans throughout
Walk to Cromer Primary plus Northern Beaches Secondary College
Footsteps to buses to Dee Why, Warringah Mall and Manly Wharf
Double garage, stroll to James Morgan Reserve and Cromer Park


Area Views
Close to Schools
Close to Shops
Close to Transport
Internal Laundry

Important times

Auction time

  • Saturday 8 February
    In Rooms, Level 1, 888 Pittwater Road, Dee Why

Available documents

Building & Pest Purchase Link  PDF
E-Brochure  PDF
Property Profile  PDF
Building & Pest Report  Before You Bid

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