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LINDFIELD NSW 6 Napier Street
Offered for the first time in 94 years, this classic full brick bungalow occupies a vast and level 1,037sqm in a peaceful, sought-after address. The residence is absolutely brimming with potential and its leafy pocket is an easy walk to the train station.
  • Charming fa├žade and all the ease of a single level layout
  • Presents a number of options to the astute purchaser
  • Separate living and dining rooms with original fireplaces
  • Update in stages or redesign a new family masterpiece (STCA)
  • Expansive level lawn and private garden at the rear
  • Both of the double sized bedrooms open to a sleep out
  • Versatile floorplan, high ceilings, eat-in gas kitchen
  • Generous frontage, ample storage and off street parking
  • Schools, shops, parks and cuisine options are nearby
  • Rare, tightly-held family opportunity with easy CBD access
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sold $1,800,000
council rates $1,617pa
water rates $710pa
web id 217543
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Melissa Lynch-Hill
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It is believed the name Lindfield originated from the village of Lindfield in Sussex, England. The name was given to a cottage built in 1884 by Francis John List, of Sussex, and in turn used for a station name when the new north shore railway was developed. Gradually, the timber-getting community evolved into a farming community, with many market gardens planted. The Lane Cove River was the main transport artery, and early development focused there. It was not until the second half of the 19th...
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