101 Alice Street Newtown, NSW 2042

Sold for $1,310,000 on 11 Aug 2018
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

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House in Newtown

Classic terrace with rear lane parking

  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Car

Behind the traditional two-level facade, discover a spacious and light-filled residence bursting with charm and potential. Set on a generous 153sqm block, the prime Northern aspect to the rear is ideal for a contemporary redesign to create sundrenched in/outdoor living and entertaining. An oversized backyard brings ample space for an extension, and features carport parking beyond. Interiors have been tastefully updated over both levels with a crisp-white palette to complement period details including high ceilings and decorative fireplaces. Move in and enjoy as is, or renovate to create your forever family home. Immerse yourself in a community-minded neighbourhood just footsteps to a cultural smorgasbord of dining, entertainment, esteemed schools, vibrant parks, and superior transport options.

  • 4 bedrooms, 2 with decorative fireplaces, master has original balcony
  • Light-filled kitchen, cosy central lounge room, soaring ceilings
  • Big backyard with Northern aspect and off-street parking
  • Generous 153sqm block with rear lane access
  • Endless potential to reconfigure, renovate or extend (STCA)
  • Freshly painted crisp-white palette and brand-new carpet throughout
  • Neat bathroom w/ bathtub, separate WC, internal laundry, ample storage space
  • Footsteps to King St dining, shopping, entertainment, Sydney Park
  • Walk to St Peters and Newtown train stations, excellent bus routes
  • In catchment for Newtown High School of the Performing Arts
  • Moments to RPA Hospital, universities, highly regarded schools
  • Rates: Water $190pq, Council $780pq (Both approx.)

Contact Nathan Briggs 0414 280 217
Ercan Ersan 0423 941 112


1 garage space







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