33 Hawkesbury Avenue
DEPOSIT TAKEN Freshly Updated with New Paint & Carpet Throughout - Quietly Located in a Cul-de-Sac
We are the largest agency on the Northern Beaches and we have leased another property in record time. With average days vacant of 6 days, and a vacancy rate of less than 1%, we are kicking goals. Let our professionals manage your prized asset and call Adam Weight and Mark Thomas on 9971 9000 for a no obligation rental appraisal or a property consultation.
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The property features:
-Modern open-plan kitchen with electric cook-top/oven & plenty of storage
-King-size master bedroom & Double 2nd bedroom both with built-in robes
-Full bathroom with internal laundry fixtures & clothesline in block
-Combined lounge & dining with freshly laid carpet & Fan
-Sunny Balcony off lounge/dining-room with a planter box shelf
-Spacious Carport with high clearance
-Sorry no pets..
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Dee Why Neighbourhood Profile
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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