47 Tarrants Avenue, Eastwood NSW 2122

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47 Tarrants Avenue, Eastwood, NSW

  • 5
    Bed
  • 2
    Bath
  • 2
    Car

Full brick Federation stunner with superb period features on 751sqm only minutes to Eastwood

This stunning Federation home combines divine character and contemporary family living. Period features and a versatile floorplan effortlessly flow to the outdoor setting which overlooks a level child friendly yard. Located in one of Eastwood’s finest streets, it’s just moments to schools, shopping centres and transport.

– Flowing interiors feature ornate ceilings and period details
– Elegant formal lounge and dining with original fireplaces
– Wide entertaining deck overlooking level lawns and gardens
– Granite kitchen equipped with stainless steel Ilve fittings
– Double sized bedrooms and wraparound front verandah
– Side access to a lock up garage, ducted air conditioning
– Modern bathroom, second full bathroom and home office
– Stroll to Eastwood Public school, rail, shops and dining

Property Details
Sold $2,650,000
Property Features
  • House
  • 5 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 751.8 m²
  • 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 Eastwood
  • Distance to CBD: 17 km (11 mi) NW of Sydney CBD
  • Railway Station: Yes
  • Number of Schools: 5
  • Population: 16,193

If you can say you live in Eastwood, you are likely to get jealous glances from those you are chatting with. People are green with envy at Eastwood’s incredibly diverse and well appointed village area, its cosmopolitan culture and the class and charm of its homes. With median prices of $1.6M for houses and climbing, and $675K for apartments, you can’t afford not to consider Eastwood.

The sense of community in Eastwood is abundantly clear in some of its traditions. From the annual Granny Smith Festival (Eastwood is where the first Granny Smith was grown) held on the oval with fairground rides, market stalls, street theatre, parades, fireworks and Chinese dragon dancers, to Chinese and Korean New Year celebrations, and the high street shopping with market stalls, eateries and specialty shops run by people who are your neighbours, Eastwood is a community in the truest sense of the word.

Eastwood has a large Asian population and boasts some of the best restaurants you can find offering an abundance of Chinese, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Singaporean, Hong Kong and Korean delicacies. It is becoming known as an Asian shopping precinct and also offers numerous specialty stores to address any need.

Only 17km North West of Sydney CBD, you could be forgiven for thinking you were much further away. Offering a lifestyle seen in years gone by, returning home after a busy day at the office will see you breathing a sigh of relief to have returned to your little part of the world. All this and still extremely convenient with trains and buses at your door, offering a 30 minute commute to the city.

Eastwood is rich in history too with Brush Farm House, former home of Gregory Blaxland, on the NSW state heritage list and National Trust of Australia register. Originally heavily wooded, remnants of forest areas are home to remarkable fauna such as the powerful owl, emerald dove, eastern whipbird, satin bowerbird and green tree snake. Eastwood is also home to famous characters such as Reg Campbell, a portrait painter and self taught artist, Maria Ann Smith the orchardist who grew the first Granny Smith and band All Mankind.