13/2-3 Kempsey Close, Dee Why, NSW 2099

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Auctioned for $740,000 (Jun 21, 2019)

Private Leafy Outlook, Convenient Locale

From its elevated vantage point in a well-maintained complex, this modern apartment is nestled back from the street and captures a gorgeous northerly aspect from its top floor position. Offering 3 airy bedrooms, it is generously proportioned and bathed in sunlight plus captures tranquil sea breezes from its full-length balcony.

An updated kitchen flows to a generously sized combined lounge and dining area. The flow continues from the living to an all-weather balcony with private leafy backdrop, perfect for entertaining or enjoying a quiet BBQ. All three bedrooms are double in size and have built-in robes, while the full bathroom has a separate bath and shower.

Further notable features:

Laundry with extra WC and storage

Balcony access from master bedroom

Plantation shutters

Only one common wall

Carport on title.

Tucked away in a peaceful yet ultra-convenient cul-de-sac location this apartment is an easy level walk to the beach, parks and express city transport. Offering space, amenity and position it is a wonderful opportunity to buy in this popular, vibrant suburb.

Total Size: 104.1 sqm

Strata Levies: $1,468.80 p/q approx

Council Rates: $350.00 p/q approx

Water Rates: $172.04 p/q approx

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Property Info:
  • Property ID: 20713575
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Building / Floor Area: 104 sqm
  • Carports: 1
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