Timeless Appeal With Outstanding Potential!
Yesteryear style and charm are plentiful in this circa 1947 time capsule, making this 4-bedroom family home truly a lifestyle choice to be envied.
Showcasing solid double brick construction on a level 935m2 corner block, this home is abound in features from days gone by including polished timber floors, soaring high ceilings and an ornate fireplace.
The open plan kitchen is a chefs dream complete with a 6-burner Smeg gas cooktop, Miele dishwasher, formed concrete benchtops and a sunlit breakfast bar.
Each large bedroom includes loads of storage, with main boasting a walk-through robe and ensuite with an iron bath, shower with rainwater showerhead and a private WC. The endless gas hot water can run 2 baths, a shower, the stove and heating all at once.
The front porch fireplace is ideal for roasting marshmallows on a winters night, while stunning stonemasonry at the rear surrounds an in-ground swimming pool - perfect for entertaining alongside a state of the art spa with a bluetooth sound system, disco lighting and an outdoor shower.
Youre in the catchment zones of sought-after Lindfield East Public School and Killara High School, with just a quick walk to City/St Ives bus stops and only minutes to the Chatswood and Killara train stations. Gordon and Lindfield shopping hubs are just a short 4-minute drive away.
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Get to know East Killara
East Killara is in Sydney’s ‘leafy’ Upper North Shore, following the ridge line from Roseville to Wahroonga. Early European timber getters who dragged logs down to Fiddens Wharf were followed by market gardeners, orchardists and nurserymen, attracted by the ‘European’ style soils, rainfall and microclimate.