House

13 York Avenue

Five Dock
4
Beds
2
Baths
2
Cars
309.8m2
Land
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An Inviting Family Haven with Lush Garden Oasis

A sympathetic redesign has transformed this freestanding weatherboard cottage into a warm and inviting family home in a quiet pocket of Five Dock. A hidden oasis on a tightly held avenue, the four-bedroom home blends classical design with a family focused layout incorporating three spacious living areas. Built in 1905 and full of charm and character with a fresh modern feel, the two-storey home opens out to idyllic gardens with a vine-framed dining terrace and lush lawn. It's just 400m to the heart of Five Dock village with easy access to the CBD via the City West Link.

• High side of the street with a traditional bullnose verandah
• Four double bedrooms plus a study, 3 with built-in robes
• Master bedroom with a two-way ensuite and a private deck
• Huge living room with polished floorboards and high ceilings
• Modern gas kitchen with breakfast bar and Oak cabinetry
• Casual living/dining opens out to a terrace and lush garden
• Upper level family room with dormer windows and storage
• Two bathrooms, internal laundry and double off street parking

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Agents representing
13 York Avenue
Adrian Sereni
Adrian Sereni
Sales Manager/Property Consultant
Warwick Williams
Warwick Williams
Principal/Director
Five Dock
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