Renovated western Sydney home generates huge buyer interest

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This spruced up family home is proving popular with buyers.

It may have only hit the market a couple of weeks ago but a western Sydney home has quickly generated huge buyer interest — and it is easy to see why.

A far cry from the drab property it once was, this three-bedroom pad in Woodpark is ready to move into as all of the hard work has been done.

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“The house has undergone a full renovation over the past four years and it is now a stunning family home,” listing agent Matt Carpenter from Starr Partners Merrylands said.

“It is also a high set block and the land size is 645 sqm — a property on more than 600 sqm is quite rare to find in Woodpark,” Mr Carpenter said.

The kitchen is packed with contemporary features.

Originally a 1950s build, the house is set in a cul-de-sac. While it spans a single storey and now has a spacious and flowing layout, there is still plenty of room to move outside.

Out the front, a covered timber deck is perfect for enjoying a hot cup of tea or coffee on the weekend.

The rear deck, which branches off the main living space, was made for entertaining.

There is plenty of space to spread out and entertain guests on the block.

Fitted with downlights and ready to mount a large television, it has ample sitting space and an unobstructed view of the flat lawn, where the children can run around and play in privacy.

Inside, the kitchen is a highlight. Like something from the pages of a home design magazine, it has dark cabinetry which stand out against timber bench tops, stainless steel appliances and a light wall colour.

The floorplan is now modern with an open-plan design.

It is in an open-plan setting with the dining area, it is close to the large loungeroom.

The main bathroom has floor-to-ceiling tiles and a freestanding tub. At the side of the home, a long driveway leads to a double garage.

Bathroom features include floor-to-ceiling tiles.

Mr Carpenter said while the owners prepare for auction day with plans to move interstate, the spruced up property has been inspected by a mix of buyer types, all eager to snap it up.

“The level of interest has been brilliant — we normally see about five or six inspections a week but this one has had 46 in just over a fortnight.

There are three spacious bedrooms inside.

“There are a number of interested parties from those wanting to upgrade, to downsizers and even first home buyers … it has definitely made an impact on the market because there is not much around at the moment.”

A neighbouring suburb of Guildford and Merrylands West, Woodpark had just 18 sales in the 12 months to April.

The size of the block is ideal for buyers who have young children.

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CoreLogic data shows that residents stay in the area for more than 13 years — about five years longer than Sydney’s average hold period.

Selling with a guide of $850,000 to $900,000, the property at 5 Tilba Pl will go under the hammer on Saturday, July 27.

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