Jewel of the Sea
Accessible easily and directly via roundabout on the main road of Appin, 216 Appin Road is a wonderful 1.4ha property that combines the elegance and pragmatism of the older homes, with the modern sensibilities of something new. Blessed with a history of its own, this property is surrounded by the intense greenery and natural delights of rural Appin, whilst still being within easy access of Campbelltown or Wollongong. This four-bedroom home is suitable for family home buyers and potential developers alike, and due to its immense size and multiple garages and sheds, it is able to fit anything you could imagine, or be customized in any way you see fit.
Set on 3.5 perfect acres, here is a development opportunity close to historic Appin Town Centre which don’t come along very often, so be sure to run your numbers quickly. Situated directly across the road from the beautiful new Appin Valley Estate and positioned perfectly on the roundabout for easy access for the proposed new estate going forwards, this is an opportunity not to be missed.
Whilst preparing for your D.A approval (if that is what you choose to do) why not live in this beautifully kept four bedroom plus study home with an abundance of storage space to live or run your business from. Boasting hardwood floors, oversized bedrooms, three living areas, the home doesn’t just stop there, a 60m2 outdoor entertaining area is the perfect place to sit back and unwind overlooking your tranquil acres and gardens. If you need to rent the home out whilst preparing for the development a conservative rental return would be $550 per week for the home.
Featuring easy drive-in access off the roundabout, 216 Appin immediately greets you with a flourish of beautiful flora and a large front yard, designed for abundant recreation or personal relaxation retreat. The enormous quadruple warehouse-sized shed and abundance of parking space mean you won’t have to be worried about fitting in anyone or anything. Stepping inside the home through custom Australia-themed front doors, you will see feature tiling and cozy design, 216 Appin will have you charmed the second you walk in.
Accessible via an office space, the master bedroom features a unique spacious design that combines both sleeping and loungeroom styles in an L-shaped pattern. This design creates an incentive to use the master for more than just sleeping, and offers an escape directly to the alfresco if you should ever get tired of it. The master features an in-built fireplace to further suit its purposes, as well as a quadruple built-in wardrobe with storage options and attached ensuite. The ensuite is larger than most, comparable in size to a regular bathroom, and even features its own built-in bathtub, as well as a large vanity, high feature tiling in the shower, and standard light/heat/fan combination. Contained at the end of the major hallway, bedrooms one through three all feature timber flooring, ducted air conditioning, double built-in wardrobes and blinds all around. The main bathroom supplies all of these rooms, and is very similar in design to the ensuite, only larger.
At the other end of the house, the loungeroom acts as a precursor to the kitchen, dining, family and games room runway. The loungeroom is perhaps one of the quieter rooms of the house, and kept comfortable by carpeting, ducted air conditioning, curtains and blinds. It is a comfortably large space, and comes with feature cornices and double folding door access to the kitchen.
The kitchen, dining, meals and family spaces all combine into one open plan design, and will serve to attract a majority of foot traffic within the house. Featuring a 40mm waterfall stonetop island bench, the kitchen provides with a built-in Electrolux oven and flat stovetop, Westinghouse dishwasher, large pantry and plenty of cabinetry, and continuous stone splash back. The large meals area features window side dining, and the larger dining area features easy communication with and direct access to the kitchen. With the family area providing a regular point of connection and entertainment fall all parts of the family, the last stop on this tour is the games room. This huge room is accessible through double folding doors just past the family room, this space is highly customizable, though is currently being used for pool. With views all around of the backyard, and upgraded cornices, the games room features. Don’t pass on the endless possibilities this space offers you!
Lastly, it is vital to talk about the amazing alfresco entertainment area and obviously enormous backyard available to you. Accessible through multiple points in the house, the alfresco entertainment area is an exceptionally large timber decked space, with upgraded steel roofing, and it houses a spectacular pebbled gardening area for all your gardening and relaxation needs. I guarantee you’ll be spending a large portion of your time out here, either with a cup of tea in hand, or whilst entertaining. Just past the deck, the backyard opens up before you, as large as you’ve come to expect by now, and filled with a variety of sheds, garages and storage opportunities. From here, the world is your oyster in regards to development and utilisation – have at it!
216 Appin Road offers you endless possibilities, no matter your desires. This is an amazing opportunity to participate in the growing development that Appin offers.
Other features include:
• Land size – 1.4 ha
• Direct and easy access to Appin Road, via roundabout driveway, shopping complex incoming to Appin
• Highly customisable all around, extra sheds and stables out back with power supplied to all sheds, 10k Litre water tank (town water)
• Historical home with a lot of character
All information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.
Updated on February 22, 2020 at 12:38 pm
216 Appin Road Appin NSW 2560
216 Appin Road Appin NSW 2560