Another Fantastic Result by Rod Nolan & Theresa Scholtz from Ray White Nolan & Iken - More Properties Needed
Property ID 1987647Rod and Theresa from Ray White Nolan & Iken are pleased to present:
Eye catching 39sq architect designed double-storey home;
Downstairs features: Sunken lounge with gas fireplace with mantle, vaulted void ceiling with Moroccan light fittings and chandelier, exposed timber staircase, study room, guest bedroom with adjoining bathroom, open plan meals and family room with gas fireplace plus rumpus/media room and large laundry with storage;
Kitchen: 40mm stone benchtops with breakfast bar and waterfall edge, SMEG 900mm 5 burner gas cooktop, extractor, Electrolux wall oven and mutli-function oven, walk-in pantry and dishwasher;
Oversized double automated garage with internal access;
Upstairs features: 4 bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, family bathroom with double vanity and stone benchtops, linen cupboard;
Master bedroom: balcony, walk-in robe, his and her built-ins plus large spectacular ensuite with double vanity, glass sinks, stone benchtops, free standing bath;
Outdoor features: Covered alfresco area with timber deck, ceiling fan, outdoor kitchen, landscaped yard and vegetable gardens, plus side courtyard with water feature;
Additional features: Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, 9 foot ceilings, NBN connectivity, sprinkler system to front yard and alarm;
School catchment: 1.6km to Riverbank Public School, The Ponds High School;
2.8km to future Tallawong Station and 3.3km to Schofields Station, local buses nearby;
1.6km to The Ponds Shopping Centre, 2.2km to Stanhope Village and 4.4km Rouse Hill Town Centre;
Rent potential of approximately $850-$900 per week;
Contact Rod Nolan and Theresa Scholtz at 0416 120 224 and 0450 522 811 for more information.
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