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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : April 22nd 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, April 23, 2009 41 Classic Victorian, two storey terrace with an abundance of charm & character. The original ambience is enhanced by the presence of fireplaces and the traditional façade. A feeling of space is accentuated by the high ceilings, generous room sizes and an abundance of light. The living areas open to a covered deck ideal for outdoor living and entertainment. Well positioned near to Stanmore village's popular cafes and railway station. • Three double bedrooms, main with built ins • Formal lounge and dining room with fireplaces • Double lock up garage • Casual dining room opens to covered deck • Two bathrooms -- one with laundry facilities • Well located for schools, pre-schools and handy to services • North facing rear garden • Gas bayonet outlet in lounge room • The Property offers further potential for the astute purchaser. On site, 11.30am Saturday 2nd May 2009 inspect from 11.00am Thursday/Saturday 11.00-11.45am 2065978i iww wk43 FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE Anthony Trees www.anthonytreesfirstnational.com.au 26 Rowe Street, Eastwood 9858 4422 A New Vogue style granite kitchen, formal lounge and separate dining A Minutes easy stroll Eastwood Village and shops A 4 bedrooms, main bathroom plus 3 ensuites A Separate home office/teenagers retreat A Sundrenched indoor & outdoor entertaining area AUCTION Complete with gracious proportions and a family friendly layout on an expansive level block (956sqm approx). This classic Eastwood home offers both formal living rooms and open plan family space, flowing to the outdoor entertaining area, secluded garden and inground pool. 10 Eastwood Avenue "Quambi" Circa 1920 ENCHANTING EASTWOOD ARCHITECTURE EASTWOOD Address 10 Eastwood Avenue Inspect Saturday 12.00-12.40pm & Thursday 6.00-6.40pm Auction 12 noon On Site 2nd May 2009 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) Details Gavin McCutcheon 0413 686 969 or Tony Jasprizza 0418 845 417
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