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  • 1/153 Essex Street
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  • 3261515
  • Alarm System, Built In Robes, Courtyard, Floorboards, Remote Garage, Split System AirCon,
Peter Leahy
Mobile: 0402 10 11 12
Direct: 03 9350 5588
Jacob Gioulekas
Mobile: 0431 368 666
Direct: 03 9350 5588
1/153 Essex Street PASCOE VALE
The Handsome Quiet Type Placed within a quiet streetscape terminating at Austin Crescent Reserve, this smart two bedroom townhouse also boasts a broad and handsome frontage plus zoning for Strathmore Secondary College. Freshly painted walls, polished Tasmanian oak floors and high ceilings combine with northerly light permeating abundant windows to assure a radiant interior. Entry separates lounge and dining areas in a free flowing layout. Stone counters, ample storage, stainless steel Blanco cooking appliances and Fisher & Paykel dishwasher define the stylish kitchen. The alfresco deck invites entertaining, serenely placed within an elegantly landscaped, low maintenance courtyard. Design continuity sees the powder room (second toilet) and bathroom vanities also flaunting stone counters. They service two spacious bedrooms completed with ample built-in wardrobes. Additionally enhanced with split system air conditioning in all main rooms, ducted vacuum, LED lights and Crimsafe doors, water tank plus a remote controlled garage with laundry function and courtyard access. Easy ongoing maintenance and perfect presentation will entice investors while starters and couples will love the tranquil location and quick access to Pascoe Vale train station, CityLink, Gaffney Street shops, local cafes and parks.   Inspection Times Wednesday 21st February 6:30pm - 7:00pm
Saturday 24th February 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Thursday 1st March 6:30pm - 7:00pm
Saturday 3rd March 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Wednesday 7th March 5:30pm - 6:00pm
Saturday 10th March 10:30am - 11:00am
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