4 bed  2 bath  3 car

33 Gracemar Avenue, Panania

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Sometimes a home comes along and you just know this is the one! It doesn't matter how long your wish list is, this home has it all from the cul de sac location, street appeal, size of the home and land. We welcome you to inspect and fully appreciate this family home.

Exuding charm, warmth and character this sensational 4 bedroom residence is perfect for those seeking an abundance of space as it offers a versatile floor plan to accommodate the extended family.

This home offers 4 bedrooms with built in robes, master bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe , HUGE lounge/dining area, Stylish modern kitchen with stainless appliances & stone bench tops & an island bench plus two modern bathrooms.

Once outside you will find an undercover entertaining area perfect for the seasoned entertainer to host your family and friends whilst overlooking the manicured gardens, child friendly yard. Out the back you will also find a 3 car garage plus a work shop which is perfect for the trades person or a car enthusiast.

With a host of quality extras such as short walk to the Georges River National Park, train station, shops and a selection of primary and secondary schools, alarm, tiled living areas & the sprawling lawns, this home will please even the most fastidious purchaser.

So if you are looking for a family home that offers space, versatility and class in a premier location, then look no further!

We love:
- 4 bedrooms, flexible floor plan
- Ultra modern kitchen & bathrooms
- 3 car garage plus workshop

Pluses:
- Single story & beautifully presented
- Close to local schools, shops & train station
- Land size approximately: 760sqm

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.

The name Panania was on the original list of stations proposed for the Tempe-East Hills railway line in 1929. Prior to this, Panania was part of what was generally known as the East Hills district. Panania is an Aboriginal word meaning sun rising in the east and shining on the hills.An alternative theory is that the name may be a derivation of "Pannonia", which was an ancient province of the Roman Empire southeast of the Danube River. During the construction of the railway line the name Nioka was used for the station which is an Aboriginal word meaning the green hill. Other names suggested for suburb were Linden Park and Elmswood.

Development began apace after World War II. The Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women sponsored the mass production of housing at Panania beginning from 1946 with the construction of 34 houses.

St Christopher's Catholic Church on Tower Street was originally the Panania Star cinema. Panania North Public School, a short two block walk on the northern side of the railway line, became a demonstration school in the late 1970s so that trainee teachers from newly established, Milperra College of Advanced Education, could observe teachers at work.

Commercial area

Panania has a shopping area adjacent to Panania railway station. It runs along Weston Street, Anderson Avenue and Tower Street. Anderson Avenue features several local government facilities including a senior citizens centre and a public library. Panania Hotel is located on the northern side of Panania railway station.

The active Business Chamber is a significant strength of Panania

Transport

Panania railway station is on the East Hills line of the CityRail network. Parts of Panania are serviced by buses operated by Veolia Transport NSW, generally following the routes established by McVicar's Bus Services.

Demographics

Panania had a population of 10,984 people at the 2006 census, or 6.4% of the total population of the City of Bankstown. 48.4% of the population is male; 51.6% is female. 68.7% of the population are over the age of 18. 91.7% of the population are Australian citizens but only 73.8% were born in Australia. 1.1% of the population are indigenous Australians.

Churches

Panania features notable buildings such as Holy Trinity Anglican Church[9] and St Christopher's Catholic Church. St Christopher's is housed in the building formerly known as the Panania Star Cinema. The Panania Star Cinema was built in 1952 in the Art Deco style, and was the twin of the Padstow Star Cinema in nearby Padstow.[10] The building retains a number of original features, including a decorative ceiling. After a grant from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney and many donations from parishioners, the building underwent renovations costing $165,000 which were completed early in 2006.

The Salvation Army also has a Corps in Panania. The old building was recently refurbished.

Schools

Panania Public School , Panania North Public School, Tower Street Public School, St Christopher's Catholic School.

Houses

Panania is mostly a residential suburb, which was developed after World War II and originally contained many modest freestanding bungalows built from asbestos cement sheeting (commonly known as fibro). Today, most of these houses have been rebuilt as larger residences or two-storey duplex houses.

Sport

  • Runamux Softball Club - based at Kelso Park North Georges River Softball Association
  • Panania-East Hills RSL Youth Soccer Club based at Kelso Reserve.
  • Revesby Workers Football Club based at Marco Reserve.
  • St Christopher's Soccer Club based at Marco Reserve.
  • St Christophers Junior Rugby League Club plays in the Canterbury-Bankstown District Junior Rugby League and has produced such players as Brent Sherwin, Graeme Hughes, Corey Hughes, Jarrad Hickey and Mark Riddell.

Notable residents

The following are or have been residents of Panania:

  • Steve Waugh and Mark Waugh, former Australian cricketers, attended Panania Public School and East Hills Boys Technology High School.
  • Actor Bryan Brown was raised in Panania.
  • Andrew and Michael Tierney from Human Nature
  • Paul Makin of Willesee at 7 fame and currently Today Tonight Adelaide was raised in Panania and attended the Panania North Public School
  • Paul Abrahams bass player for The Reels, attended Panania Public School and East Hills Boys Technology High School

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