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STANMORE 1&2/144 cavendish street

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TWO APARTMENTS ON ONE TITLE

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For the first time offered in over 50 years, this rare and unique opportunity is perfect for the astute investor or owner occupiers who will embrace one of Sydney's most desirable locations. Offering two spacious apartments on one title where the possibilities are endless. This is truly a rare opportunity not to be missed.

= Unit 1 consists of three double bedrooms (approx 95sqm)
= Unit 2 consists of two double bedrooms (approx 95sqm)
= Spacious eat in kitchen's with gas cooking
= Spacious living areas and external laundry facilities
= High ceilings and separate dividing wall up until the tiled roof
= Garage located rear of premises including rear laneway access
= Opportunity to upgrade including additional development STCA
= Easy to maintain yard's with enormous amounts of natural northern light
= Within moments' walk to speciality stores, scrumptious cafes, respected schools and day care facilities and transport.

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STANMORE

  • Suburb: STANMORE
  • Population:7,151 (2006)
  • Municipality: Marrickville

It’s almost as if the rest of Sydney has suddenly woken up to the charming streetscapes and genteel mood that are an indelible part of the Stanmore experience. Perched on the city fringe and within walking distance to little Italy, Leichhardt and Newtown, Stanmore was once a sleepy suburb, beloved for decades. But change is definitely in the air. The rise of the inner west brings new cafes, an arts scene and hot new restaurants to the area, and there’s no looking back. Greek, Italian and Vietnamese migrants settled here decades ago, providing the Stanmore of today with a strong population of second and third generation multicultural Australians. In the 1980s, the area became popular with students and young people, thanks to lower rents and proximity to the city and universities. Young professionals and families now make up the next wave of residents, taking advantage of the schools, inner city proximity mixed with the larger blocks and new developments towards Parramatta Road.



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