17 Arkena Avenue, Epping, NSW

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Gorgeous Torrens Title cottage set amongst manicured gardens

Exuding charming street appeal amid landscaped gardens this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a gorgeous and impeccably maintained cottage on a small easy care block. It’s set in a quiet street, North to rear aspect, within walking distance of buses and in Cheltenham Girls and Carlingford High catchment.

– Interiors present polished timber floors and high ceilings
– North facing covered deck is perfect for entertaining
– Low maintenance rear garden is fully landscaped & paved
– Updated kitchen with gas and stainless steel appliances
– Stunning manicured gardens, a picturesque view from all rooms
– Three good sized bedrooms, main with built-in wardrobe
– Off street parking for two cars, under house workshop/office
– Internal laundry, updated bathroom, air conditioning, gas heating
– Local schools include Roselea, Cheltenham and Carlingford High
– Only a few metres allows you buses to Epping and Parramatta

Property Details
Sold $1,200,000
Property Features
  • House
  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • 2 Garage
Agent Details
Liz Wiggins
Mobile: 0411 434 696
Email: liz@wigginskeenan.com.au
Justin Keenan
Mobile: 0405 537 760
Email: justin@wigginskeenan.com.au

Fast Facts about Epping
  • Distance to CBD: 18 km (11 mi) north-west of Sydney CBD
  • Railway Station: Yes
  • Number of Schools: 7
  • Population: 20,227

If Epping isn’t an area you have considered before - it should be. Only 18km from Sydney CBD and boasting a trifecta of positives in terms of Location, Lifestyle and Convenience, locals want for nothing. You get the best of both worlds with a fusion of suburban and inner city living - schools, specialists, shopping and public transport meets churches, parks, recreation centres and community clubs.

An affluent area, Epping is made up mostly of freestanding homes, with a median price of $1.7M, although new developments are more likely to be apartments or townhouses, with a median price of around $860K. The population is made up of a majority of families and professionals, with a diverse mix of ethnicities.

Epping was established in 1899 in an area known as Field of Mars, referring to the Roman God of War, Mars. Far from war torn though, Epping has flourished over the years, with the YMCA being redeveloped a few years ago to now offer a health club, group fitness studio, gymnastics arena, tennis courts and much more. The area is undergoing further development with the Urban Renewal Plan, allowing for more residential and commercial buildings to be built, largely around the station area. Development means growth, and growth means good things for property prices.

Accessing Epping couldn’t be easier with 3 train lines, plus the new Rapid Transit Sydney Metro Northwest once complete, buses, and its close proximity to the M2 and Epping Rd. With community facilities to use once you are here such as cricket pitches and croquet, BBQ areas and picnic grounds, pools and parks, what’s not to love? Epping is a must see for anyone considering the North Western area.