Immaculate ground floor apartment with balcony close to transport
Agent Profile: Richard Perry
Contact: 0418 863 969
This ground floor apartment is the perfect new home for first home buyers, those looking to downsize, young families and investors alike. Located a very short walk to Dulwich Hill railway station and light rail station, this apartment is also a stone’s throw from the Cooks river reserve, putting it in a highly sought after location.
Situated on the ground floor of a residential complex boasting a pool and common gardens, 3/44-50 Ewart Street boasts two large bedrooms, the main with built-in robes and space for a queen size bed. The logical floorplan flows nicely, separating the living areas from the bedrooms and bathroom. What’s even more inviting is that all of the kitchen, living room and both bedrooms are north facing, inviting plenty of natural light into the home.
Upon entering the apartment, a light, bright kitchen is straight ahead, complete with gas appliances and a small breakfast bar. Nextdoor is an open plan living and dining room, which opens onto a 5m long balcony, the northerly aspect making it ideal for a garden or outdoor entertaining. The living room and bedrooms have carpet, and the kitchen floor is lined with versatile vinyl.
One of the biggest draw cards for unit 3/44-50 Ewart Street Marrickville is the huge combined bathroom and laundry, boasting a separate shower and bathtub. The laundry, which is tucked out of the way behind the shower, could easily be made into a separate room, complete with storage and a laundry tub. The apartment also features extra storage with a linen press, built in robes and plenty of kitchen cupboard space.
Surrounded by gardens and the complex pool, unit 3 44-50 Ewart Street is in excellent condition, ready to move in as is, or easily updated and renovated. This inspection is not to be missed!
One of Sydney’s hottest suburbs right now, Marrickville is a hot spot for young professionals, families and creatives alike. Its streets are a mix of gorgeous freestanding Federation homes, Victorian terraces and low rise apartment blocks, meaning the suburb is still relatively affordable compared to its similar Inner West neighbours.
Located just south of the vibrant communes of Newtown, Leichhardt and Petersham, Marrickville is renowned for its Vietnamese and Greek populations. Home to some of Sydney’s best eateries, there are also popular Italian and Lebanese restaurants in the area. Gentrification has placed Marrickville at the heart of the coffee and boutique beer trend taking over Sydney. There are multiple coffee roasters, boutique breweries, pubs and cafes that call the suburb home.
This boom in hospitality in the area has blossomed alongside an increase in creative industry, with creatives, coworking spaces, fashion houses and small workshops blossoming in the suburb. The small industrial precinct in Marrickville’s east is today home to a mix of modern creative industry which thrives alongside car dealerships, workshops and other trades.
Marrickville is serviced by excellent public and private schools, plenty of parks, shopping centres and local facilities. It is also home to the renowned Marrickville farmers market, held each Sunday at Reverse Garbage. For commuters, Marrickville is located on the south western train line, and is also serviced by multiple bus routes heading into the CBD. A peaceful but vibrant haven for families and young creatives, Marrickville is bursting with life.
View the property listing for 3/44-50 Ewart Street, Marrickville.