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ERSKINEVILLE 43 amy street

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= APPLICATION RECEIVED = Available 8th December 2014 = Filled with an abundance of natural light and stunning character, peacefully nestled on a quiet tree lined street surrounded by expansive parklands, this lovely home is the perfect infusion of unique country charm and a convenient cosmopolitan locale on the city fringe.

= Two generous bedrooms (main with built in wardrobes)
= One immaculate bathroom with bath and internal laundry
= Comfortable and practical layout perfect for professional couple or small families alike

= Light-filled open plan combined living and dining area with towering high cathedral ceilings with skylight and character-filled stunning polished timber floors throughout
= Open plan renovated gourmet gas kitchen with European stainless steel appliances, freestanding oven and stove, dishwasher, marble benches and ample storage
= Sun-drenched rear tranquil bricked over-sized private courtyard with low maintenance garden and water feature perfect for entertaining or relaxing

= Perfectly set just a short walk to transport, local schools, Sydney Park, Newtown’s vibrant King Street and highly sought after Erskineville Village boasting a vast range of trendy cafes, award winning restaurants, bakeries and wine bars

The perfect hidden oasis on the city fringe!

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Erskineville is famous for its village atmosphere only 5km from Sydney’s CBD. Erskineville began as one of the earliest grants in the colony of NSW given to the superintendent of convicts Nicholas Devine. Devine left his property to his carers the Rochford’s in 1830. The estate was then subdivided and part sold to George Erskine who built Erskine Villa on the site. In 1893 it became the brand new suburb of Erskineville. Erskineville village features cafes, pubs and specialty shops, as well as being located moments walk from Newtown’s famous King Street shops and restaurants. Most of Erskineville’s residential properties are terraces and semi detached houses, many of which have been renovated in the last decade. Much of the industrial has been removed making way for inner city apartments. Erskineville has fabulous transport options located within walking distance of Erskineville, Macdonaldtown and Newtown train stations as well as popular bus routes along King Street.

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