41 Hope Street

Sold $2,680,000

Sunny block with renovation or rebuild potential

FIND. Tap into the potential of this single-level cottage, which is ready for a new beginning. Well-maintained and perfectly liveable as is, yet holding clear potential to renovate or rebuild (STCA), this is an opportunity to create a home that you'll love for many years to come.

LOVE. Resting on a generous 562sqm block, with a big backyard and a perfect east-west orientation, open for plenty of north sun, the ideal conditions are in place for you to bring your dream to life. This centrally-located cul-de-sac is right next to Burnt Bridge walking and cycling paths, moments from Seaforth village, and positioned for easy access to the city and Manly.
- Single-level home with sunny aspect to the rear
- Lounge room with brick fireplace and air-con unit, separate dining is well positioned between lounge and kitchen
- Well-appointed kitchen with modern electric cooktop and timber cabinets
- Laundry room with space for storage
- Generous backyard with a gently sloping lawn, an open patio, big enough to consider adding a pool (STCA)
- Two of the bedrooms share access to a shower en-suite
- Additional bedroom with built-in wardrobes
- Family bathroom with a bathtub and separate shower
- Large lock-up garage with additional storage room/workshop, plus driveway parking space

LIVE. This leafy cul-de-sac location is quiet and convenient. Bike trails at the door offer a pleasant, meandering path alongside Burnt Bridge Creek and then all the way to Manly, whilst bus services to Manly, the city and across the beaches are accessible from the village. A handy selection of shops, cafes and restaurants are just moments away in Seaforth village, with Balgowlah village shops and conveniences also close by.

Water rates: Approx $160pq
Council rates: Approx $473pq

Total Approx 562sqm


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

- Seaforth Village shops, new IGA supermarket and great restaurants
- Balgowlah RSL Memorial Club
- Fresh produce at Sunday Seaforth Markets at Balgowlah RSL
- Balgowlah Stockland shopping centre and Westfield Warringah Mall

- Seaforth Primary School
- St Cecilias Catholic Primary School
- Balgowlah Boys High School;
- Mackellar Girls High School

- Seaforth village offers a great selection of local shops and is perfect for grabbing a coffee.
- Easy access to public transport (at top of street) and accessibility to Clontarf and Manly Beach.
- There are bike paths that run from the bottom of the road all the way into Manly.
- The tight-knit neighbourhood, the events & street parties we enjoy.
- The close by Balgowlah RSL club is a great venue for events and family meals and our family particularly enjoys Clontarf beach as it is child and dog-friendly.

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3 Bed
2 Bath
2 Car
Sold July 2023
Land Size: 562sqm
Water Rates: $160 per quarter
Council Rates: $473 per quarter
Kylie Mounsey

Kylie Mounsey

Residential Sales

0421 710 840 02 9430 9407 kylie@cunninghamsre.com.au
Mark Connor

Mark Connor

Residential Sales

0417 200 973 02 9430 9417 mark@cunninghamsre.com.au