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The property unicorn in south western Sydney

This stylish family home is so comfortable, no one will want to leave

By KANEBRIDGE NEWS
Fri, May 19, 2023 9:31amGrey Clock < 1 min

In a city like Sydney, finding the right property is about more than the price tag. For extended families looking to accommodate multiple generations under one roof, there’s a list of criteria that need to be met, from the number of bedrooms and car spaces to accessibility to the city.

This property at 29 Nicoll Street in Roselands makes it look easy.

Set over three levels, including a basement with parking for six cars, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom house is positioned on a 565sqm block. Carefully crafted to draw in northern light through both floors while maintaining privacy from the neighbours, the house has an internal courtyard at its heart, as well as a built-in saltwater pool with party lighting at the rear.

Four bedrooms, including a spacious parents’ retreat, are spread across the upper floor, while a fifth secondary master suite near the front door on the ground floor is ideal for in-law accommodation or adult children. Hybrid workers will love the spacious bedroom on the upper floor with a view of the street that could easily be converted to a home office.

Everything about this home has been considered, from the well-appointed kitchen with walk-in pantry in the open plan living area to the integrated lighting on the staircase. Finishes are stylish but neutral, making it ideal for would-be buyers to put their own stamp on.

While the house sits on a tree-lined street, it is well connected to the main thoroughfares of King Georges and Canterbury Roads. The recently upgraded Roselands Shopping Centre is also nearby, as well as Canterbury and Bexley golf clubs.

 

Address: 29 Nicoll Street, Roselands

Auction: Saturday June 10, 9.30am

Price guide: $2.7 million

Next inspection: Saturday May 20, 12.30pm-1pm

Agent: Danny Hassen, The Agency, dannyhassen@theagency.com.au 0458858588



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