Making an impressive offering of both space and potential, this charming semidetached double brick home presents a rare opportunity for discerning families. Positioned on the high side of Frederick Street, the home displays generously scaled classic interiors that present in immaculate condition throughout. The home’s classic features include character filled timber floors, high ceilings, ornate wood work and a gorgeous feature iron fireplace with art nouveau tiles. Three generously scaled bedrooms lead to the large living room and beyond you will find an equivalent sized dining room, Swish designer kitchen and a tidy bathroom. The neat low maintenance courtyard is an intimate private space with a separate covered area that is ideal for a humble out door work and entertainment space. With nearby access to amazing recreational playgrounds and skateparks at “Sydenham Green”, the home is a short walk to Sydenham train station, and desirable Tempe high school and only moments to Sydney Park, King Street Newtown South End and Marrickville Metro the property is positioned for easy commute to all your favourite destinations.
- Elevated terrace and established Frangipani tree
- Valuable side pedestrian access to rear yard
- Three well scaled bedrooms with double glazing and ducted AC
- Spacious living and dining with feature fireplace
- Stylish kitchen with gas, ducted cooking, island bench and pantry
- Quaint bathroom, neat cabinetry, combining bathtub and shower
- Detached rear laundry with ample storage space, second toilet
- Sun drenched private courtyard
- Ducted climate control, double glazing, high ceilings, classic charm
- High pitched roof with potential attic extension (STCA)
- Enjoying a central location with easy transport access
Land Size - 197.7sqm Approx.
Council Rates - $337.00 per quarter approx.
Water Rates - $170.75 per quarter approx.
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