Set across an enormous 2567m2 of land, and tucked into a private little sub-division, this stunning five bedroom fully renovated home combines modern luxury and convenience with old-world character and construction.
Quietly positioned back from the street and with an established private outlook into the bush reserve, 7 Maliwa Road is an established double brick home centered in one of Narara’s newest subdivisions. Set across two floors, and featuring some old-world charm, this home has been tastefully renovated to include some ultra-modern luxuries, usually reserved for the high-end new-home market. Compiling five family-sized bedrooms, a massive oversized living room with feature brick walls, fireplace and soaring vaulted ceiling, impeccably renovated master and ensuite bathrooms highlighted with brush gold tapware and marble-look tiling throughout, absolutely stunning chefs kitchen with free-standing Westinghouse gas cooker, stone benches, breakfast bar, feature splashback, and walk-in pantry, large adjoining family dining room; and that’s just upstairs.
Downstairs features an enormous rumpus/living room, extra study or fifth bedroom, separate toilet, and extra storage, four car accommodation with internal access, plus external driveway space for a turning circle or boat/caravan/trailer accommodation.
Narara is located about 4 kms north of Gosford CBD, in the North Sydney/Central Coast region of New South Wales. The name ‘Narara’ can be traced back to the local Aboriginal term for ‘black snake’ and the suburb’s claim to fame is that the Narara Music Festival was held nearby in the early 1980s. Historically, Narara consisted mainly of orchards and small mixed farms. Nowadays, the suburb is mostly a suburban family-oriented area, with residential housing and a population of approx. 7,900. Central to the town is the Narara railway station on the Sydney/Central Coast/Newcastle Line – so it is well located for commuters. Just minutes’ drive away from Gosford CBD or Wyoming Shopping Village, which has supermarkets, butchers, hair salons, cafes, bakeries, boutique clothing stores, thrift shops and toy stores. There are also plenty of parks, playgrounds, picnic spots, dog parks, sporting grounds and a skatepark.
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY THIS HOME
From it’s considerate size and functional layout, to the quite tranquil nature of the location and features on offer, you’ll find that this is the home you can’t stop thinking about; and for good reason!
Council Rates: $2,042pa
Water Rates: $849pa
Land Size: 2567m2 Total
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