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As big as a house without the price tag!

April 20, 2016 by Aris Dendrinos

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FOR SALE $749,500 - 2/18 Cecilia Street, Marrickville.

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The value in space and privacy for exceeds the sales price in this generous 92 square metre elevated ground level apartment.

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2/18 Cecilia Street would be a perfect home for a first-time buyer, small family, or as an investment property. This spacious apartment offers two double bedrooms (both with built-in wardrobes), modern bathroom, stunning kitchen with marble benchtops and dishwasher, internal laundry facilities (including clothes dryer), and a huge open plan lounge and dining area that’s so big you can configure it whichever way suits best.

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Included are gorgeous vinyl laminated floors throughout, reverse cycle air conditioning and a large lock up garage (17 square metres), but it’s the massive private wrap around terrace/balcony which seals the deal here with all bedrooms and living areas able to access it. With lush spacious landscaped gardens throughout the common areas of the quiet residential complex literally at your front doorstep and the local train station, shops and Marrickville thriving cafe scene only a quick walk away this is the best option for those with small children or seniors wanting all the benefits of a house within a superior apartment. Inspect today!

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About the Marrickville Area

Marrickville is one of Sydney’s hippest, most sought-after postcodes, thanks to a growing number of local cafes, creative businesses and surrounding nightlife. Despite this cultural surge, the suburb has retained its quiet, neighborly vibe, making it equally popular for young creatives, professionals and families alike. Bound by the Cooks river and surrounding parklands to the south, Marrickville is hugged by the vibrant communes of Petersham, Newtown and St Peters.

Originally full of market gardens, Marrickville’s history shows it has long be a suburb of diversity, with Greek-born migrants, Vietnamese and Chinese migrants all forming large communities in the area. This has given the suburb its name as one of the best culinary centres in Sydney for Vietnamese; and today it is home to a variety of excellent eateries including Italian, Lebanese and Greek. Marrickville is also at the heart of Sydney’s cafe culture and coffee obsession, with a number of excellent establishments scattered across the area.

Marrickville is renowned for its Sunday fresh produce markets, located next to the Sydney recycle institution Reverse Garbage. Community initiatives like these, along with the various local parks give Marrickville a village feel.

For many generations the area has been home to creative industry, and still today is home to a small industrial estate in the suburbs east. Gentrification and the evolving culture of the suburb are increasingly shining through, with warehouses occupied by a variety of businesses from creative workshops to car repairs and coffee houses. This creative community has also spilled into the pubs and entertainment venues around the suburb, creating a truly vibrant community, with something for everyone to enjoy.