3 bed  1 bath  1 car

138 Ashford Avenue, Milperra

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A home with endless opportunities

Located within easy walking distance to Milperra shops, transport and university this home offers a lucky purchaser endless opportunities for the future.

A fine east facing family home that features 3 good sized bedrooms and includes built in wardrobes and high ceilings.

A formal living and dining area as well as an open plan kitchen with gas cooking that contains a 2nd living space, study nook and an internal laundry with a 2nd toilet.

A newly renovated and large bathroom will certainly appeal to the young and growing family.

Outside you will be impressed with the manicured garden/hedges and pergola that provide privacy and an attractive setting for entertaining family and friends.

A large single car lockup garage with plenty of storage as well as 3-4 car spaces is perfect for the extended family.

This property also may qualify as a development site (S.T.C.A) with a frontage of 16.45m and an overall size of 575.4sqm (approx.).

Homes such as this are in strong demand and typically do not stay on the market for long.

We Love:
- Walk to Milperra shops, transport and university
- Fine 3 bedroom family home with study nook
- Recently renovated new bathroom

Pluses:
- Open Kitchen with 2nd living space
- Manicured garden/hedges with pergola
- 1 car lock up garage and 3+ car spaces

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. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries to verify the information contained in this document.

Milperra, is a local government area City of Bankstown and is located 24 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district in the state of New South Wales, Australia, and is part of the South-western Sydney region.

History

Milperra is an Aboriginal word for a gathering of people. The land at Milperra was originally owned by George Johnson Jr. After World War I, returning soldiers established poultry farms and vegetable gardens in the area. The area commonly known as Thorns Bush, became officially known as Bankstown Soldier Settlement in 1917. Many streets in the area are named after World War 1 battles and officers.

The Milperra College of Advanced Education was established in 1974, which became the Bankstown campus of the University of Western Sydney in 1989.

Parks

Milperra sits on the bank of the Georges River and features a number of parks and reserves along the river, including Deepwater Park, Riverlands Golf Course and Vale of Ah Reserve.

Schools

Milperra is home to the University of Western Sydney (Bankstown campus).

Milperra is also home to Mount Saint Joseph, Milperra, an all-girls high school with grades 7-12.

Milperra Public School is located on Pozieres Avenue.

Commercial areas

Milperra features a mixture of residential, commercial and industrial areas. A number of small retail strips are scattered throughout the suburb including Milperra Shopping Village on Bullecourt Avenue and Ashford Village on the corner of Bullecourt Avenue and Ashford Avenue. Another small group of shops is located on the corner of Pozieres Avenue and Amiens Avenue, opposite the public school and many commercial developments are situated along Canterbury Road.

Transport

Milperra Road is a major road on the northern border which links to Newbridge Road and Moorebank, on the western side of the Milperra Bridge, over the Georges River. The M5 South Western Motorway runs along the southern border and Henry Lawson Drive is the other major road through the area.

Notable residents

  • Swimmer Ian Thorpe was born in Milperra.
  • RnB crooner Robert "Bobby" Newman also resides in Milperra
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