House • 3w
- Inside Spa
- Rumpus Room
- Fully Fenced
- Built-in Robes
- Air Conditioning
About this Property
Welcome to this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom classic Haberfield Gem.
Gas cooktop and bayonet fittings, plus air conditioning. Polished timber floors and inviting rear timber sundeck.
Easy maintain yard with carport to the front. Large loft family room upstairs.
• 4 large bedrooms all with built ins
• Classic Haberfield Federation gem
• Gas cook top
• Air conditioning
• Polished timber floors
• Easy to maintain yard
• Large and light loft family room
• Inviting rear sundeck
Pet Friendly (subject to application)
6 month lease term only
Haberfield is all about heritage-listed homes, manicured gardens and seriously good Italian food. Although small in size, Haberfield village packs a punch when it comes to traditional Italian cooking and pasticcerias. Food aside, Haberfield has retained its garden suburb status and its tree-lined streets have wonderful examples of Federation-era architecture. (Source - sitchu.com.au)
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Cameron Willcock | 0429 970 297
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