23 / 173-179 PRINCES HIGHWAY, Kogarah
|2 Beds||2 Baths||1 car space|
Occupying a prized elevated setting in the secure ‘Horizon Apartments’, this two-bedroom apartment comprises an impressive flooplan of approx. 119sqm total. Views floating out over the district to the waters of Kurnell add the perfect backdrop to this light and breezy haven, with modern interiors ready to enjoy. Offering exceptional convenience, the apartment is set a short walk to St George Hospital, popular cafes, Kogarah Train Station and schools.
Secure basement car space & storage with access via rear lane
Flexible open plan living area offers direct outdoor connection
Open kitchen features a gas stove & quality cooking appliances
Wide entry corridor features floorboards that carry throughout
Both bedrooms feature built-in robes, main includes an ensuite
Bathroom with white subway tiling includes a shower & bath
Internal laundry with new dryer, air-conditioning, fresh paint
Third floor of a solid brick security building with lift & intercom
Wraparound north-east facing balcony with gas point & pergola
Only minutes to bayside beaches, Sydney Airport
Potential rental return of $500/week (yield 4.3%)
For those who want accessibility and amenity, Kogarah is the perfect place to call home. Home to St George Hospital, it offers handy access to health care as well as great schooling including St Patrick’s Primary and Moorefield Girls High School. Enjoy a quick commute to the city with frequent train services from Kogarah Train Station.
Spend weekends at one of the many parklands close by or catch a game at nearby Jubilee Stadium. Catch up with friends at one of the many great cafes and enjoy handy access to bayside beaches.
Inspections as advertised or contact the agent for a private viewing
Auction: On site Saturday 19th February, 2022 - if not sold prior
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