5/627 Glebe Road, ADAMSTOWN NSW 2289

Beds: 2 Baths: 1 Car Park: 1


Positioned on the first floor of a well-maintained complex, this open plan apartment offers an affordable entry or investment within the thriving Adamstown market. Tailored for a lifestyle of complete convenience while flaunting freshly schemed interiors, it presents a stylish kitchen, two generous bedrooms and easy flow from the social areas to a sunny balcony. Modern colour choices and flooring add instant appeal, as does its setting, just two blocks from the shops, cafes and varying delights of Brunker Road.

* Sunlit apartment given a recent refresh and ready to enjoy
* Open-style living area with full length sliders to the balcony
* Updated kitchen featuring a s/s oven, dishwasher and good storage
* Two bright bedrooms and a renovated bathroom on a split level
* Reverse-cycle air-conditioning, ceiling fans, built-in wardrobes
* Internal laundry facilities, dedicated car space for off-street parking
* Brief walk to shopping, cafes, pubs, transport and all essentials
* Five-minute drive to Westfield Kotara, 10-minutes to the beach

Council Rates: 1562 $ PA approx
Water Rates: $675 + Usage PA approx
Strata Levies: $690 PQ approx
Rental Potential: $450 – $480 PW

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Lisa Macklin