5 bed  3 bath  2 car

88a Mackenzie Street, Revesby

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Designer Double-Brick Duplex

A brand new master built residence offering space and privacy, while being conveniently located to schools, shops, bus transport, and only a short walk to Revesby Village and train station.
This property features:
- Four spacious bedrooms with built-in wardrobes
- A study or fifth bedroom with built-in wardrobes
- Master bedroom offers an ensuite, private balcony and walk-in robe
- Contemporary bathrooms including three toilets within the property
- All toilets include built-in hidden wall cisterns
- Stunning designer kitchen comprising stainless steel appliances
- Gas cooking, a dishwasher and a water connection for a fridge
- Huge open plan tiled living areas
- Internal laundry and linen cupboards on both levels
- Remote control garage including pin pad entry
- Fully tiled outdoor entertaining area
- Low maintenance gardens and secure yards

There is also ducted air-conditioning, a security alarm system, and extra high ceilings and doors throughout.
Sorry, no pets allowed. Available NOW.

Please Note: We do not accept online applications. Tenant application forms are available at open house inspections.

Disclaimer: We have, in preparing this document, used our best endeavours to ensure that the information contained herein is true and accurate to the best of our knowledge, but accept no responsibility and disclaim all liability in respect of any errors, omissions, inaccuracies or mis-statements contained in this document.

Revesby, a local government area City of Bankstown, is located 22 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, and is a part of the South-western Sydney region.

Revesby is mostly a residential suburb, which was developed as part of Sydney's post-war urban sprawl, Revesby is bounded on the north by Canterbury Road and the suburbs of Bankstown and Condell Park, on the south by Revesby Heights and Picnic Point, on the Georges River, on the west by Panania, and on the east by Padstow.

History

Revesby was named in 1913 in honour of Sir Joseph Banks, the famous botanist who sailed with Captain James Cook on the Endeavour, when he reached the east coast of Australia in 1770. Banks had inherited his father’s estate of Revesby Abbey, in Lincolnshire, England, so he was known as the Squire of Revesby. He is also commemorated in the Sir Joseph Banks High School in Turvey Street.

Commercial area

Revesby has a growing retail shopping centre, adjacent to Revesby railway station, centred around Marco Avenue and Selems Parade. It is also the site of several local government facilities including a senior citizens centre.

The Revesby shopping village is home to many banks, specialty retailers, restaurants and cafés. In the early 2000s, one of the largest Woolworths supermarkets in Sydney was built in Marco Avenue, across the road from the existing complex. On the original site, a combined residential and retail development called Revesby Abbey was completed in 2003. These developments brought a major increase in shoppers and business to the area. Revesby Abbey is now a popular spot for people to meet as it features many cafes, restaurants and boutiques lining the street.

Culture and entertainment

A major attraction of Revesby is the Revesby Workers' Club. Originally opened in 1962, today it has over 50,000 members, with extensive modern facilities. The most recent upgrades were completed in 2000, with further extensions currently under construction expected to significantly change the club, making it one of the largest in the state.

An Arts and Crafts Fair is held every month at Abel Reserve.

Transport

Revesby railway station is on the Airport and East Hills line of the CityRail network. During the morning and afternoon peak, express services run via Sydenham and Redfern.

Revesby is serviced by buses operated by Veolia Transport NSW, generally following the routes established by McVicar's Bus Services.

Schools

  • Revesby Public School, Revesby South Public School
  • Sir Joseph Banks High School
  • St Lukes Primary School is a Catholic primary school.
  • Broderick Gillawarna special needs school

A campus of the University of Western Sydney is in the neighbouring suburb of Milperra. Technical and Further Education (TAFE) courses are available at the nearby suburbs of Bankstown and Padstow.

Sport

  • Panania-East Hills RSL Youth Soccer Club is based at Kelso Reserve
  • Revesby Workers Football Club is based at Marco Reserve
  • Revesby Rover's Football Soccer Club Inc is based at Amour Park
  • St Christopher's Soccer Club is based at Marco Reserve
  • St Christophers Junior Rugby League Club is a Canterbury-Bankstown (Bulldogs) District Junior Rugby League. It has produced such Rugby League players as Brent Sherwin, Graeme Hughes, Corey Hughes, Jarrad Hickey and Mark Riddell.
  • Revesby Skate Park

 

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