16 Londonderry Drive, KILLARNEY HEIGHTS, 2087, New South Wales

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Subject: 16 Londonderry Drive, KILLARNEY HEIGHTS, 2087, New South Wales

Auctioned

Auctioned for $1,420,000 (Nov 30, 2018)

ABSOLUTE TRANQUILITY, PEACE AND PRIVACY

Property ID: 19813281

Capturing beautiful views and backing onto the renowned and magical Garigal National Park, this home showcases a unique architectural style with multiple living areas and outdoor entertainment areas and terraces. Positioned in a peaceful and convenient location this home offers an outstanding and rare opportunity to buy in this highly sought after suburb approximately 17kms from the City.



  • Unique architectural design, solid construction featuring cathedral ceilings

  • Three bedrooms, two with balconies, two bathrooms

  • Stunning master bedroom with large private terrace and amazing bush outlook

  • Multiple living areas, additional private entertainment elevated terrace with views

  • Casual dining area opening to private terrace area and garden

  • Sun filled courtyard with Northerly aspect flowing to gardens and bush surrounds

  • Large lock up garage with internal access, ample storage

  • Walk to Killarney Heights Primary and High Schools, new daycare centre and shopping village

  • Short drive to Middle Harbour waterways and boat ramp, access to walking trails

  • Moments to City/Chatswood/Northern Beaches bus transport links

  • Building and pest report available for download

  • Land size approximately 759sqm

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