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2/1 Iredale Street Newtown, NSW 2042

Sold for $1,251,000 on 30 Sep 2017
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car
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House in Newtown

Stylish townhouse with lock-up garage

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Boasting house-like proportions, this 151sqm contemporary home promises an effortless urban lifestyle. An elevated position brings sweeping district vistas over two levels with a generous open-plan design for seamless indoor/outdoor living. In addition, a secondary alfresco setting at the rear with a lush-green backdrop enjoys supreme privacy for entertaining. Impeccably renovated throughout, sunlit interiors showcase a pristine canvas of high ceilings, stone floors, fresh white walls, and chic designer finishes. A valuable lock-up garage and separate storeroom completes this superior lifestyle or investment package. Nestled within a peaceful community-mind street, indulge in the vibrant foodie and entertainment scene literally footsteps away. Stroll to King Street, Erskineville Village, Sydney Park and trains.

3 double bedrooms, master w/ balcony and panoramic district views
Sunny contemporary kitchen w/ quality appliances, ample cabinetry
Defined central dining room seamlessly adjoins kitchen and living room
Oversized living flows through expansive glass onto alfresco entertaining
2 outdoor settings, a front courtyard w/ views, and secluded rear courtyard
Lock-up garage plus separate storeroom, boutique complex of 6, private entry
Designer bathroom with bathtub, internal laundry, guest WC downstairs
Stylishly renovated interiors throughout, stone flooring, carpet in bedrooms
Stroll to Sydney Park, Erko Village, King Street, Enmore Road
Choose from St Peters, Newtown and Erskineville train station

Contact Shaun Stoker 0424 172 217
Ercan Ersan 0423 941 112

Parking:

1 garage space

Bedrooms:

3

Bathrooms:

1

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Newtown

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