House for Sale

106 Pacific Highway Charlestown, NSW 2290

$520,000 - $550,000Play Video
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars

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  • Inspection:Saturday
    23June
    11:00am - 11:30am
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House for Sale in Charlestown

Original Home with Fantastic Potential

  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 3 Cars

Positioned in one of Newcastle's desirable suburbs, this treasured family home is set on a generous 747sqm parcel of land.

This double story residence backs onto a beautiful bushland reserve which makes it a prime opportunity for investors, young families or people with a creative eye for future scope to update.

Set over two spacious levels, upstairs houses all four bedrooms, three living rooms, kitchen that has beautiful mountain vistas and an original bathroom with separate toilet.

The lower level offers a superb man cave where you can potter to your heart's content, a laundry that also has a second bathroom loads of storage space and a double car garage.

Features include:

  • Four bedroom family home
  • Three spacious living rooms
  • 747sqm parcel abutting nature reserve
  • Massive backyard lawn with lots of room
  • Valuable storage in attic and under the home
  • In catchment for Wiripaang Public and Hunter Sports High schools

It's placed for standout convenience in a neighbourly pocket sought after for its proximity to schools, transport and the dining, shopping and entertainment of nearby Charlestown Square.

Look out for scheduled open times or call Darren Penn on 0424 740 463 for more information.

Land:

746.9m² / 0.18 acres

Parking:

3 garage spaces

Bedrooms:

4

Bathrooms:

1

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