5/549a Glebe Road Adamstown

For Sale $640,000 - $690,000

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Dream Downsizer, First-Home or Investment Property


Brilliantly positioned in sought-after Adamstown, this single level villa combines privacy with secure, low-maintenance living and would be ideally suited to market newcomers, downsizers, or fuss-free investors looking to capitalise in today's fast paced property market. Perfectly presented interiors feature free-flowing living spaces, a modern kitchen and two robed bedrooms supported by a full bathroom. A covered alfresco is framed by bamboo screening and connects to a paved courtyard enjoying an ideal north-facing aspect.

* Solidly built brick and tile villa set over one level.
* Quiet and private position in boutique complex.
* Free-flowing living/dining with split-system AC.
* Modern gas kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops.
* Two liberally sized bedrooms, each with a built-in robe.
* Spacious bathroom with a separate bath and shower.
* Rear courtyard provides a private outdoor escape.
* Attached single garage, internal laundry with second w/c.
* Steps to popular Adamstown Bowling Club, local cafes.
* Minutes to Westfield Kotara, Newcastle CBD, beaches.
* Close to Adamstown Station and city-bound buses.

Council Rates: $1,592 per annum.
Water Rates: $680.13 + water usage per annum.
Strata Levies: $633.15 per quarter.
Rental Potential: $450 PW currently.

Property Features

  • Council Rates : $1592 per year
  • Water Rates : $680 per year
  • Strata Levy : $633 per quarter
  • Broadband
  • Built In Robes
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Courtyard
  • Dishwasher
  • Fully Fenced
  • Outdoor Entertaining
  • Secure Parking
  • Split System Aircon
  • Water Tank
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Property ID: 3456031

Andrew McGavin

Andrew McGavin

0413 209 505

Location map for 5/549a Glebe Road Adamstown

Contact Office

Dalton Partners

72 Glebe Road, PO Box 20

The Junction 2291

T 02 4969 3500

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