2/7 Hamilton Street Hamilton North

$730,000

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Townhouse Living Where Location and Lifestyle Collide

Located in central Hamilton North with Newcastle Farmers Market, the Sunnyside Tavern and Hamilton North Bowling Club a walk from the door, this is a home where lifestyle and location collide. A two-storey townhouse enjoying a generous and leafy courtyard, it presents a relaxed design to deliver a low-upkeep lifestyle of supreme comfort. Well-appointed interiors offer a spacious living zone, bedroom and bathroom downstairs while upstairs is reserved for two bedrooms featuring walk-in robes. A lock-up single garage and air-conditioning add to its appeal.

* Split-system air-con appoints the open-flow living/dining area.
* Modern kitchen with a stainless steel oven and good storage.
* Covered pergola in a leafy setting for alfresco entertaining.
* Large ground-floor bedroom with two more located upstairs.
* Fresh shower bathroom with separate w/c, internal laundry.
* Lock up single garage with the convenience of internal entry.
* Sought-after community location, moments to Hamilton's cafes.
* 10-minute drive to Newcastle's CBD and its iconic city beaches.

Council Rates: $1,698.90 PA approx
Water Rates: $654.96 + Usage PA approx
Strata Levies: $1,047.85 PQ approx
Rental Potential: $465 PW currently

Property Features

  • Council Rates : $1698 per year
  • Water Rates : $654 per year
  • Strata Levy : $1047 per quarter
  • Broadband
  • Built In Robes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Courtyard
  • Fully Fenced
  • Off Street Parking
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Secure Parking
  • Split System Aircon
  • Walk In Robe
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Property ID: 3453431

Andrew McGavin

Andrew McGavin

0413 209 505

Location map for 2/7 Hamilton Street Hamilton North

Contact Office

Dalton Partners

72 Glebe Road, PO Box 20

The Junction 2291

T 02 4969 3500

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