$595,000 - $625,000

1, 5 May Street, Mayfield, NSW 2304

By Private Inspection

To maintain the health and safety of our team and community we are continuously adapting our processes to provide a safe environment for our sellers and buyers.

All property inspections are by private appointment only. Please use the contact form on this advert to arrange a viewing at one of our pre-allocated times.


This stunning designer townhouse is the perfect choice for the first homeowner, downsizer or investor.

Set amongst a row of just six boutique townhouses, this quality built property offers that feeling of luxury that is rarely seen in Mayfield.

With perfect attention to design, its end-of-row placement means more windows for light and cross flow breeze.


- Tri-level layout
- Three bedrooms all w/ ceiling fans, master w/ built-ins
- Large covered balcony on upper level w/ spectacular views
- Open plan lounge and dining space w/ adjoining balcony
- Ultra modern kitchen w/ stone benchtops, gas cooking and quality appliances
- Two uber trendy bathrooms
- Laundry room located on ground level
- Grassed courtyard space. Ideal for the inner city garden/vege patch
- Reverse cycle ducted air conditioning
- Lock up garage w/ remote door and internal access
- Short drive to CBD and beaches
- Walk to Mayfield cafés, restaurants and shopping, including Woolworths, Aldi. New Coles under construction
- Excellent investment opportunity: potential rent of $500-$550 p/wk
- Fantastic tax depreciation benefits for investors
- A great option as an Airbnb rental
- Bike/walk/bus to Newcastle University
- Close to quality private and public schools, Mater hospital and public transport

This home has the optimum lifestyle package for homeowners and investors. First home buyers...this is the perfect option for your first designer property.

For info and inspections contact Roland on 4967 6770.

Disclaimer: All information contained herein has been gathered from sources we consider reliable. We do not accept any responsibility to any person for its accuracy and do no more than pass it on. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own inquiries in order to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate.



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