Dee Why

15/10 Francis Street

Sold SOLD $681,000
2 Beds1 Bath1 Car

Key details

Property Type Unit
Water $177 / Quarter
Council $351 / Quarter
Strata $792 / Quarter

Highlights

Renovated - Just Move In!

A great starter home or solid investment, this unit offers a delightfully open and leafy outlook, and is blessed with an abundance of natural light. North facing and positioned on the second floor, sun and air-flow are a highlight of the bedrooms, living area and balcony. If you add this to the convenient location, just a few moments' walk to shops, cafes and city buses, then you are on to a real winner!
A great starter home or solid investment, this unit offers a delightfully open and leafy outlook, and is blessed with an abundance of natural light. North facing and positioned on the second floor, sun and air-flow are a highlight of the bedrooms, living area and balcony. If you add this to the convenient location, just a few moments' walk to shops, cafes and city buses, then you are on to a real winner!

- New kitchen
- Fresh paint and flooring throughout, gives this unit a bright and airy feel
- Minimum common walls add to the feeling of privacy
- Bright and spacious kitchen with ample cupboard space
- Lock up garage offers enviable extra storage and remote access
- Generous sized bedrooms, master with built in
- Internal laundry and separate toilet

Water Rates - $177 Per Quarter
Council Rates - $351 Per Quarter
Strata Rates - $792 Per Quarter

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