16a Innes Road
Manly Vale

Auction Guide $2,100,000

Free-standing period cottage with lifestyle convenience

FIND. Tucked away in peace and privacy, this delightful circa 1940's free-standing cottage allows you to embrace a quiet yet highly convenient lifestyle. Radiating wide appeal for families with young children as well as downsizers, this charismatic home features beautiful period features and sits on one of Manly Vale's best loved streets.

LOVE. There is plenty of outdoor space for your family to make use of, with easy indoor/outdoor flow between the generous, well-proportioned interiors and a large front verandah and child-friendly North facing backyard with lush lawn and alfresco entertainer's deck. The street is quiet and is filled with families, yet it sits super close to supermarkets, city bus services and within walking distance of Manly.
- Quiet position at the bottom of a battle-ax driveway, gated for extra security for those with young children
- Ultra-wide front verandah with built-in seating that doubles as handy storage space
- Soaring high decorative ceilings that create a sense of elegance and open space
- Sophisticated living area with slow-combustion fire and ceiling fan
- Well-appointed kitchen with gas cooking and brekkie bar
- Outdoor entertaining and dining area covered with a pergola and overlooking a North facing child-friendly lawn
- Picture rails, pine floorboards in bedrooms, carpet in living, sweet cubby house in front of the verandah
- Generous bedrooms, with front verandah access and built-ins in two
- Pristine bathroom with bathtub, separate shower & laundry facilities
- Covered carport plus additional driveway parking space

LIVE. Though this quiet, tree-lined street offers true serenity, this central location delivers on convenience. Offering easy access to the city as well as Manly, express bus services are at the end of the street, or it's an easy bike ride into Manly along level bike paths. A number of supermarkets and cafes are within walking distance, as are a variety of public reserves. Passmore and Nolan reserves have walking tracks, playing fields and children's playgrounds, or Manly Dam offers some great bushwalking and mountain bike trails as well as picnic spots.

Water rates: Approx $147 pq
Council rates: Approx $427 pq
Size: Approx 314.4 sqm


Local Transport:
- Express buses to City CBD
- Buses to Westfield Warringah Mall, Manly and surrounds

- Manly Vale shops, supermarkets and cafes
- Westfield Warringah Mall
- Manly beachfront shops and restaurants

- Manly Vale Public School
- St Kieran's Catholic Primary School
- Mackellar Girls Secondary Campus
- Balgowlah Boys Secondary Campus

- The street is very quiet and is filled with lots of friendly families
- We love the afternoon sun on the balcony
- We love the proximity to Manly and the beach, as well as how easy it is to travel into the city

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Find out more about Manly Vale

3 bed
1 bath
2 car
Land Size: 314.4sqm
Water Rates: $147 per quarter
Council Rates: $427 per quarter
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Florence Labadens

Residential Sales

0449 893 316 02 9430 9403 [email protected]

Kelly Santos

Residential Sales

0423 773 784 02 9430 9442 [email protected]