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38 Algie Crescent, Kingswood

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R3 Medium Density

A fantastic opportunity to purchase this brick veneer home situated near Western Sydney University. A perfect family home or property for the astute investor expanding their portfolio. As the property is zoned R3 Medium density.

The main features consist of:

• Rectangular block 582m2;

• Ideal granny flat/Duplex site subject to council approval;

• Three bedroom brick veneer home;

• kitchen with eat in dining;

• Sparkling bathroom with separate toilet;

• Combined living room & dining;

• Fully fenced private rear yard with plenty of room for the kids to play around.

• Detached garage;

• Home situated opposite a park and reserve.

Perfect for the family as the property is conveniently located near Penrith CBD with easy access to Western Sydney University, TAFE Campus and Nepean District Hospital. Plenty of other educational facilities such as Penrith Academic Selective High School, Kingswood High school and Montgrove College. Plenty of shopping facilities with Westfield Plaza, Southlands and Nepean Shopping Village. Myriad of cafes and restaurants to enjoy a meal in the main Street. Easy access public transport, Kingswood Train Station and the new access route to M4 motorway.

Take the opportunity to walk through this lovely residence via the ‘Interactive floor plan’ by on the Virtual tour plan button.

Register your interest prior to the open house by clicking on the ‘Email Agent Button’.

JUST LISTED

ID# 11412103417

Land Area 582 sqm

Rod McIvor

Rod McIvor
(02) 4731 2899
0433 189 715

Joseph Vella

Joseph Vella
(02) 4731 2899
0403 183 638

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