PRICED TO SELL - High Quality New Build
Fantastic fixtures and fittings with a premium floor plan is sure to impress.
Designed for space and comfort with high ceilings allow for natural light throughout.
Modern open plan living and dining flow through to the north facing alfresco and sunny backyard for entertaining and play.
Easy living with no maintenance, enjoy the peaceful location in a quiet col-de-sac street within walking distance to local schools, shops and parks.
4 Bedrooms with built-in robes plus study
Master bedroom with walk-in robe, ensuite and private balcony
Latest polyurethane kitchen cabinetry with soft close draws
40mm caesar stone bench tops with waterfall edging
Gas with quality SMEG 900mm appliances
Air-conditioner 15kW Mitsubishi 2 Zone Ducted Air-conditioner
Fully landscaped and fenced
2.7m ceilings on ground and first floor
Tiled living areas - 600mm x 600mm porcelain tiles
Tiled alfresco area
20mm caesar stone bench tops in laundry and vanities, above counter basins
Internal access to garage
Thermal comfort commitments, fans and air-conditioning throughout
LED lighting throughout, security system, video intercom, rain water tank
Torrens Title - No Body Corp, no Strata fees
The list goes on!
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GET TO KNOW CHESTER HILL
Chester Hill, a suburb of the Canterbury-Bankstown Council local government area, is located 25 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Chester Hill shares the postcode of 2162 with the neighbouring suburb of Sefton.
The name for Chester Hill is an inversion of Hillchester which some have thought to be an English locality but such does not seem to exist. 'Chester' is one of the English forms of the Latin word 'castra' meaning a fortified camp. The name for the suburb was conferred by Mrs H. A. McMillan, who first wished to call the place Hillcrest, after an estate near Regent's Park, and then Hillchester but neither of these names met with official approval.
Originally part of John Thomas Campbell's estate, known as Campbell Hill, it covered 1,000 acres (4.0 km2). Land was used for market gardens and orchards until the opening of the railway line in 1924 when the area developed into residential and light industrial.
A significant tract of land between Priam and Hector Streets had been occupied by the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) from the 1960s. This area was used for accommodation and mess facilities for the nearby 2 Stores Depot (Regents Park) and the Ground Equipment Maintenance Squadron (Villawood). These properties were disposed of and subsequently acquired first by the Southern Cross Bible College and then by Salamah (Muslim) College.