Glebe, NSW 2037

Type of Property: Townhouse

Reason for Purchase: Investment Property

Address: 2/11 Rosebank St, Glebe NSW 2037

Property Journey:

The clients were looking to purchase a second property that their daughters could live in. As the clients were from Newcastle and had little knowledge of the Sydney market they decided to enlist the help of a buyer’s agent. After interviewing three potentials, they decided on Elaine Davies from Cohen Handler. After a two week search, Elaine found them a townhouse which matched the client’s brief perfectly. The property was a quiet, small complex, with a north facing courtyard, three bedrooms, parking and a quick five minute walk to all the cafes, restaurants, shops and markets of Glebe.

Because of Elaine’s price research, they knew where to comfortably set the reserve for the auction and after some cool biding from Elaine, the hammer fell in their favour – a great family Christmas present!

About the Property:

Lifestyle – A bright and spacious retreat with instant family appeal, this townhouse is privately set at the rear of ‘St James Court’ in a quiet cul-de-sac. Its layout enjoys a north orientation and boasts stylishly refreshed interiors that complement the leafy aspect. Day care, schools and tranquil green spaces are within a stroll and it is a matter of moments to Glebe Point Road cafes, city buses and eateries.

Accommodation – Opening to a verdant alfresco courtyard, the combined lounge and dining area integrates an Italian stone island kitchen equipped with stainless Smeg appliances. Up a level, two generous bedrooms have built-in robes, one includes a study nook and the other has an ensuite plus balcony. The top level boasts an impressive loft style bedroom with an elevated bed and pleasant local outlooks.

Features – Freshly painted and carpeted plus ceramic floors make the home extremely liveable and a lock-up garage is on title in the basement. Tastefully updated, the bathrooms have modern fixtures and an internal laundry is placed on the ground level. In a celebrated city fringe location renowned for its heritage streetscapes, it is less than two kilometres to the CBD and close to light rail, Sydney Fish Markets, Sydney University and waterfront parklands.