80 Waratah Street, MAYFIELD NSW 2304

Beds: 3 Baths: 3 Car Park: 1

Faultlessly Renovated with an Eye for Detail

Immaculate inside and out, this fully renovated home is perfect for those looking to settle down in comfort and style. Presented across a single layout with stand-out features including double-sized bedrooms, two living zones and ultra-chic bathrooms, interiors have been finished with a clear eye for design and premium livability. A rear alfresco retreat includes a sink and built-in storage with a servery window from the kitchen allowing outdoor dining to become a daily reality. On a double-fronted corner block adjacent to child-friendly Webber Park d awith neighbourhood cafes, pubs and shopping a stroll from the door, this home combines location and style to create a blue-ribbon lifestyle.

* Designer kitchen with integrated dishwasher and Meile oven
* Stunning living room boasting a gas fireplace with custom stone mantle
* Natural stone surfaces on display in both bathrooms and the kitchen
* Three double bedrooms featuring robes, overhead fans and high ceilings
* Two luxe bathrooms incl. ensuite, both finished with on-trend features
* Polished hardwood floors, r/c air-conditioning, crisp colour choices
* Secure yard with a covered alfresco area screened by clipped hedging
* Perfectly-designed laundry with built-in cabinetry and outdoor access
* Gorgeous street appeal behind picket fencing, tiled front verandah
* Wide street frontage, single garage with handyman’s workshop
* Booming suburb and only a short walk to schools and essentials

Council Rates: $2092 PA approx
Water Rates: $1374 + Usage PA aprox
Rental Potential: $620 – $650 PW

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Lisa Macklin