House

27 First Avenue

Rodd Point
5
Beds
4
Baths
1
Cars
406.6m2
Land
Sold $3,000,000
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Luxurious Family Haven with Versatile Studio

The flawless renovation of this classic Californian bungalow delivers a perfect blend of contemporary luxury and period charm in a dress-circle setting metres to the Bay Run. Capturing views to the city skyline and Iron Cove Bay from the upper level, the impeccably appointed family home occupies a sunny corner block with dual street access and a versatile fully cabled for internet garden studio/ home office retreat alongside the lock-up garage. Easy access to the CBD, close proximity to schools and acres of parkland virtually at the doorstep are ideal credentials for family living.

• Landscaped garden setting, access via Princess St to a lock-up garage
• Air-conditioned throughout with an abundance of storage options on all levels
• Spacious open living/dining with soaring cathedral style ceilings
• Cedar bi-folds to a pavilion style dining deck and established gardens
• Designer Caesarstone gas kitchen, Euro appliances, internal laundry
• 4 double beds with built-ins plus a family room/5th bed, 2 ensuite
• NE facing verandah with city and bay views, separate studio with W.C.
• Metres to the Bay Run, close to Five Dock village, minutes to the city

We have obtained all information from sources we believe to be reliable; however we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.

Agents representing
27 First Avenue
Jacki Williams
Jacki Williams
Property Consultant
Conor Allen
Conor Allen
Property Consultant
Rodd Point
Suburb Profile
Rodd Point
Lot No. 130 with its “very considerable waterfrontage” on both Iron Cove and Iron Creek, and its “remarkable tongue of land” was part of 55 acres acquired by Brent Clements…
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