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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : March 19 2008
44 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, March 20, 2008 at a glance Summer Hill 45 Moonbie St Agent's comments: This two-level freestand- ing home is good news for renovators. It has three double bedrooms, including one with built- ins, and two with ceiling fans. There is a fireplace in the living room, a separate dining room, internal laundry, a gas kitchen with a dishwasher and breakfast bar, and reverse-cycle aircon- ditioning and gas heating bayonets. Inspect: Saturday 11-11.45am Auction: Saturday, April 5, at 11am. More than $550,000 Agent: Virginia Nicoll on 0412 281 406 at Harris Tripp First National Strathfield 27/101 Wentworth Rd Agent's comments: Perched high on the fifth floor with a leafy outlook is this great-value security apartment. With three bedrooms, an ensuite off the main bedroom, undercover security parking for two cars, close proximity to schools, shops and transport, and a north- facing aspect, it is a must to inspect today. Inspect: Saturday, Wednesday 11-11.45am (except Easter) Auction: On-site Saturday, April 12, at 2.30pm. $400,000-plus Agent: Jane Mackay 0413 405 482 at Devine Real Estate on 9747 1144 YOUR LOCAL CUMBERLAND NEWSPAPER THURSDAY, JULY 5, 2007 PHONE 9689 5528 80c incl. GST School holiday Activities Activities PAGE 26 Award winning Author Author PAGE 8 Daring towers vision Under the Government's vision the park will gro 20,000 workers, 15,000 residents and thousand ' An artist' Sydney O LOUISE ATTARD TWO high-rise towers costing $63 million will be built at Sydney Olympic Park as part of a State Government vision to accommodate 15,000 residents. The 16 and 24 storey towers will have 208 apartments and be built on Australia Ave to the southeast of Olympic Park Railway Station. The builders, Multiplex and Babcock and Brown, are also proposing to add another three residential buildings which will provide up to 673 units in the park. The first development is made up of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, retail shops, a childcare centre and 283 car parking spaces. Planning Minister Frank Sartor said in Parliament recently that Sydney Olympic Park had grown from a ''degraded waste- land and abattoir site'' to the ''fastest growing sub-region in Sydney''. ''It's a red hot precinct which is fulfilling its promise as a key growth centre identified in the metropolitan strategy,'' he said. ''It still attracts Olympic pilgrims with visitor numbers soaring to an expected 10 million a year by 2010. ''Under the Government's vision the park will grow to house around 20,000 workers, 15,000 residents and thousands of students. ''Another 55,000 residents will move into the wider sub-region over the next 20 years including nearby Homebush Bay West, Rhodes Peninsula and the Olympic Village precinct.'' Mr Sartor said the Government was working on a new masterplan for the site which would include a sports and educat- ion campus and possibly a school. The Government has approved more than $1 billion in construction projects at the park since the 2000 Olympic Games, including an 18-storey Sofitel Hotel under construction and soon to be built Formule 1 hotel. ''All of these proposals will help to create an attractive and liveable precinct which will become a significant residential, com- mercial and recreational hub for western Sydney,'' he said. JULY 5, 2007 Realestate.com.au in the Inner-West Weekly is a comprehensive local property guide which includes profiles of the best performing streets, housing price trends, developments, and extensive local Open House listings. For the latest local property information, turn to realestate.com.au in Inner-West Weekly or log on to innerwestweekly.com.au BAY WEST REAL ESTATE 2052165i iww wk38 Townhouse of the Month CONCORD WEST 21-3/5 Concord Ave Warm and Welcoming, Just Beautiful When you enter you will feel instantly at home. This very well presented 3 bedroom terrace styled townhouse is just near perfect. Nothing to spend. • 3 Large Bedrooms, Main with ensuite • Large living room with polished floors • North facing courtyard, Air-conditioning • 2 Bathrooms, 2 Carspaces Conveniently located close to Concord West shopping village, Rhodes waterside shopping centre, the Reading cinemas, an easy stroll to Bicentennial Park, 3 mins to Concord West train station. In a security building with 2 bonus car spaces. For Sale: $518,000 Inspect: By Appointment Enquiries: Tony Cuthel 0409 465 442 3 2 2 www.baywest.com.au Thinking of Selling? Free Market Appraisals 9736 2392
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