18/27 Tor Road
Great 3 Bedroom Townhouse In A Quiet Part Of Dee Why
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The Property features Include:
- Three oversized bedrooms with the choice of an extra bedroom/rumpus room
- Modern kitchen with dishwasher & gas cooking
- Two fresh bathrooms, one with bath tub
- Internal laundry, Car space
- Private outdoor deck area
- Community Pool Facilities and Common Entertainment Areas
- No pets, Sorry
An epicentre of cultural diversity with restaurants and cafes offering themes and cuisine from all corners of the globe, Dee Why offers everything from affordable flats and beachside apartments to suburban family housing and substantial oceanfront retreats. There are supermarkets and city buses in the town centre, cosmopolitan eateries by the beach and enchanting walks to be had on the headland, beach and by the Dee Why Lagoon Wildlife sanctuary. With schools, sporting clubs and major shopping centres close by, there's something for everyone in Dee Why.
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As if having the Northern Beaches most iconic beach – Manly – just around the corner wasn’t enough, Dee Why also boasts its own local stretch of pristine coastline perfect for families to enjoy as part of their day to day life. With cosmopolitan restaurants and retail all around and plenty of fantastic schools to help the local kids thrive, Dee Why is growing every day into the destination along the Northern Sydney coast.
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