446 Wilson Street, Darlington, New South Wales, 2008

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Auctioned

Auctioned for $1,411,000 (Dec 01, 2018)

A premier lifestyle setting combined with boundless potential

The adage position, position, position’ fits like a glove for this terrace which enjoys a premier setting on one of Darlington’s most desirable streets, mere footsteps to the village vibe. A fine traditional facade opens to reveal a spacious dual level floor plan that is completely ready for a contemporary makeover, subject to the required approvals, and boasts rear lane access with the potential for parking

Its traditional appeal is still intact found in its double brick build, high ceilings, some ceiling roses and original fireplaces. The lower level hosts a front living room/4th bedroom, central lounge room and eat-in kitchen with gas point for heating. At the rear of the home is a generous paved terrace and access to Wilson Lane.

Upstairs are three further bedrooms; the rear one enjoying a sweeping district outlook and the master with access to the front balcony with wrought iron balustrade. The bathroom is modern and very functional. Explore the endless creative opportunities on offer with this home that would welcome a complete transformation. Go up and/or out, subject to Council approvals, or just contemporise its current interiors. Its quiet street setting is a quick stroll to village shops and cafes, Sydney University, Carriageworks, farmers markets, buses, rail and close to quality schools.

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R&H Suburb Profile: Darlington

R&H Suburb Summary Houses
Number of sales 18
Average Price $1,394,694
Median Price $1,360,500
Median Rental Price $868 p.w.
Change in Rental Rate (5yr) 11 %
R&H Suburb Summary Units
Number of sales 10
Average Price $1,131,400
Median Price $1,170,000
Median Rental Price $620 p.w.
Change in Rental Rate (5yr) 22 %
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  • 446 Wilson Street, Darlington,
    New South Wales, 2008