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15 Glencoe Avenue, Werrington County NSW 2747
$619,000 - $659,000
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  • 702 m2

Beautiful family home on 702m1 block!

Tucked away in quiet part of Werrington County is this very appealing three bedroom home set on a very generous 701m2 allotment which offers granny flat potential (STCA).

With fantastic street appeal, this home offers an array of features that will accommodate any young family’s requirements.

Upon entering through the formal entry, you will discover the spacious lounge living area with polished timber floors, a tiled dining area, separate meals area off the kitchen and a glass enclosed sunroom at the back.

The large timber kitchen offers high & low cupboards, stainless steel oven, tiled splashback, double pantry, microwave shelf & large fridge alcove.

There are three good sized bedrooms have polished timber floors and there is double built-in robes to two of them.

The bathroom has been updated with a huge walk-in shower recess, separate bath, double mirrored wall cabinet plus a 3 drawer timber vanity. The toilet is separate.

For car accommodation there is a 1 ½ detached garage with new roof and easy side access.

Other features include ducted A/C & LED lighting throughout plus a new alarm system with CCTV cameras.

This beautifully maintained property sits within walking distance to the Werrington and Kingswood Railway Station, schools, local shops, University and Nepean Hospital. The ever popular and picturesque Werrington lakes and playground is only a stone’s throw from the front door so the kids will be entertained all year round with this family welcoming environment.

The established lawn & gardens set on this fully fenced 701m2 allotment completes this amazing package.

For further information please call Ross Heidtmann on 0407 113 039 or email

All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. We cannot however guarantee its accuracy and interested parties should make and rely on their own enquiries.