Modern home in St Helens Park has entry-level price tag
The Macarthur region offers buyers great value for money when compared to other pockets of Sydney — and its latest listings are no exception.
A modern home in St Helens Park, in the Campbelltown region, has hit the market with an entry-level guide that could see it snapped up for less $650,000.
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Ideal for young families, this house has modern interiors and a homely street presence on about 560 sqm of land.
Beyond its low maintenance front yard, the single level property at 13 Woylie Pl has a separate loungeroom and a dining space that flows to a covered wraparound patio and a spacious backyard.
It also has four bedrooms — a number the agent says is rare for properties of this style in the area.
A feature light in the loungeroom contrasts against the striking colour scheme of the walls.
The pendant fixture is reminiscent of fine jewellery and brings a good dose of bling to the space.
Floating timber floorboards add warmth to the loungeroom and the dining room before flowing to the kitchen.
The galley-style kitchen has a gas cooktop and stainless steel Omega appliances. A window provides an outlook of the backyard.
A modern style bathroom has a frameless shower and a separate bath. The toilet is next door to this while being close to all four of the property’s bedrooms.
All of the bedrooms have ceiling fans and three of them have built-in wardrobes.
Renovated by the previous owner, the house would suit couples or families looking for contemporary and affordable living.
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On a cul-de-sac at the fringe of the Royal National Park, the house is close to walking tracks and the Georges River while being a short drive from schools, child care centres and shops.
It is selling through Richardson and Wrench Campbelltown with a $610,000 to $640,000 guide.