Property ID: 1P2484

11/7-9 Station Street West Ryde NSW

Contact Agent | Leighton Avery
  • 2
  • 1
  • 1
  • Unit
  • For Sale
  • 94 sqm
  • 1
Top floor apartment | Privately set | Rear of complex position
Positioned in a highly desirable locale, only minutes' walk from local public transport options, shops, cafes and restaurants, this fully renovated 2-bedroom home boasts just shy of 95sqm on-title and sits quietly to the rear of the complex in a top floor position.

If you're searching for an outstanding first home or investment, we've found just what you've been looking for.

Property Highlights |

- Beautifully renovated kitchen offering loads of cupboard and bench space, stainless steel cooking appliances and built-in dishwasher
- Tasteful bathroom | tiled floor to ceiling with shower over bath
- Well-defined living area with a spacious lounge room leading to the balcony via glass sliding door with an adjacent meals area
- Both bedrooms are complete with built-in wardrobes
- Large undercover balcony
- Internal laundry
- Security complex
- Secure basement parking
- Storage cage
- Small complex of only 12 apartments
- Floating floorboards
- Neutral tones
- Updated lighting throughout

Location Highlights |

- 150m to Victoria Road Bus services
- 250m to West Ryde Market Place
- 300m to West Ryde Public School
- 400m to West Ryde Train Station
- 800m to Meadowbank Reserve
- 1.5km to Meadowbank Ferry Wharf

Should you have any questions regarding this unique offering, please don't hesitate to contact your local real estate experts, Leighton Avery, David Johnson, Lochlan McDermott and Luke Fimmano. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Disclaimer: All information provided has been gathered from sources we deem to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and any interested persons should rely upon their own enquiries. This property may contain asbestos-contaminated materials. Some photos are location/lifestyle images – all measurements/distances/locations/boundaries are approximate. Any interested persons should rely upon their own enquiries.

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