4 Swinbourne Street, BOTANY, 2019, New South Wales

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Subject: 4 Swinbourne Street, BOTANY, 2019, New South Wales

For sale

For Sale $1,100,000

A classic retreat primed for a wonderful lifestyle

Property ID: 19266741

Enjoying a sun drenching north aspect and positioned within the burgeoning lifestyle community of Botany, this wide fronted terrace is sure to please. Generously proportioned with stylish modern updates and welcoming interiors, it gives way at the rear to a private level lawn and alfresco space. It’s the ideal base from which to live an enviable eastern suburbs lifestyle close to a host of amenities.

This enticing home showcases timeless charm with its timber floorboards, high ornate ceilings and over-sized bedrooms. At its heart rests its comfortable living room which is adjoined by the updated eat-in kitchen with stone benchtops and quality appliances. Flowing towards the rear of the home is a utility room with hidden laundry. The rear garden and covered terrace are the perfect spaces in which to enjoy alfresco fun with family and friends.

The two bedrooms are both superbly proportioned including the master with a wall of robes and are positioned away from the living and entertaining areas. Stroll to the local cafe, enjoy the bus almost at the front door and be just moments to Westfield shopping, Banksmeadow Public School and Port Botany boat ramp.

Whilst this home is ready to move into, it comes with a pending DA lodged with Council for an upstairs extension, however there is no guarantee it will be approved.

Land Area210.0 sqm
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