McGrath home
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WAHROONGA NSW 141 Lucinda Avenue
Showcasing exceptional versatility, this multi-level residence comprises a family home, self-contained accommodation, home office with own entry plus side access to an underhouse workshop. It enjoys an idyllic cul-de-sac address of leafy seclusion.
  • Will appeal to extended families or home based business
  • Light filled living and dining areas with dual outdoor flow
  • Private paved courtyard plus expansive entertaining deck
  • Spectacular bushland outlook creates picturesque backdrop
  • Office with built-in desks, w/c and separate front entrance
  • Stair chair lift to lower level ensures ease of accessibility
  • Self-contained two bedroom flat with own entry and kitchen
  • Gas heated plunge pool with spa amid easycare backyard
  • Underhouse workshop suits tradesperson, extra den/cellar
  • Handy to prestigious schools including Abbostleigh and Knox
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sold $1,115,000
council rates $1,677pa
water rates $1,468pa
web id 209407
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Alex Mintorn
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An Aboriginal term meaning ‘our home’, Wahroonga was first settled in 1822 by Thomas Hyndes, a convict who became a wealthy landowner. He established a local timber-getting business in the area, cutting out timber from Wahroonga’s forests. Part of Hyndes’ lease was later acquired by John Brown, whose timber business supplied wood for the construction of the Pyrmont and Glebe Island bridges. Ada, Lucinda and Roland Avenues in Wahroonga were named after Brown’s children. The remainder of Hyndes’...
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