McGrath home
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NARRABEEN NSW 6/22 Goodwin Street
Spaciously sized, well presented and filled with natural light, this relaxing apartment is an exceptional lifestyle opportunity. It holds a private position in a boutique block of nine and is a very brief stroll to cafés, the lakefront and the beach.
  • Shops, parks and transport in the immediate vicinity
  • Quietly tucked to complex's rear and set amid leafy surrounds
  • Large open living and dining with tiled floors, gas heating
  • Sliding glass doors offer superb indoor/outdoor integration
  • Undercover entertaining balcony captures good sunlight
  • Modern gas fitted kitchen, stainless appliances, dishwasher
  • Generous master has built-in, ensuite and own small balcony
  • Both bathrooms tiled floor-to-ceiling, main features bath
  • Internal laundry, video intercom, outdoor gas for barbeques
  • Secured car space plus a lock-up storage cage on title
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price guide over $700,000
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sale method private treaty
council rates $1,157pa
water rates $684pa
strata levies $1,486pq
web id 246046
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Georgie Kelly
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Jill Rafferty
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For years, historians have argued about the origin of Narrabeen’s name. Some say it comes from an Aboriginal word for swan, others that it’s the name of an Aboriginal child who helped colonial soldiers in their hunt for escaped convicts. Others have more prosaic theories, including one that Narrabeen could refer to the ‘narrow beans’ eaten by colonists. Given that settlement by Europeans occurred very early in Sydney’s history, it’s unlikely this debate will ever be settled. What is certain is...
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