23 BRIDGE STREET, BROOKLYN, New South Wales, 2083

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For sale


You'll Never Want to Leave!

Nestled in amongst a canopy of eucalypts, and bordering on the national park, this substantial residence provides modern living in the ultimate bush setting. With panoramic views across the glorious Hawkesbury River, this home has special appeal. Situated within a short stroll to Brooklyn’s retail and community hub, this home takes advantage of the very best that Brooklyn has to offer. Close to shops, transport, school and Sydney’s finest recreational waterways.

Spread over three levels of living this light and airy four bedroom home is spacious and private. Once you walk in the door you will be embraced by a calm and peacefulness you have only dreamed of. The masterful design and the idilic setting combine to make you never want to leave. The top level features two bedrooms, bathroom, open plan living and kitchen with a massive north facing deck which takes in the iconic vista which is uniquely Brooklyn. The middle level has two generous bedrooms, separate lounge, a second kitchen, bathroom and a wrap around balcony connecting you to the unspoilt beauty of this picturesque environment. The lower level consists of a multipurpose room with private entry which could be suitable as a studio, office, consulting room, rumpus or bedroom. Surrounded by natural bush, the views from here are also captivating. It is undoubtedly the perfect environment for anyone wanting to work from home.

This really is a most unique property which presents the astute buyer with an unrivalled opportunity to own one of Sydney’s hidden gems.

Property Info:

  • Property ID: 18015724
  • Property Type: House
  • Garages: 3
  • Land Area: 744.0 sqm

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R&H Suburb Profile: Brooklyn

R&H Suburb Summary Houses
Number of sales 9
Average Price $932,889
Median Price $1,030,000
Median Rental Price $555 p.w.
Change in Rental Rate (5yr) 23 %
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Average Price $490,000
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