Real Estate

sparkling pool a must for families

Written by The ReReport



The kids will love the inground swimming pool at 34 Ross St, Gladesville.

A CLEAR uninterrupted view from the kitchen and living zones to the backyard pool is one of the many practical aspects of the layout of 34 Ross St, Gladesville.
John Paranchi from McGrath — Hunters Hill said the spacious two-storey house would appeal to families with young children.
“It’s ideal for a young growing family,” Mr Paranchi said.

“There’s a nice big deck, level land, a nice big pool and plenty of land left over for the kids to run around.”
A flexible floor plan has five bedrooms and several casual and formal living options with an upstairs lounge/rumpus room that opens to a balcony.
This area is next to the three upstairs bedrooms, which share a bathroom.
The owners, who bought in 2011, have placed their own stamp on the property.
An ensuite has been added to the main bedroom downstairs while a butler’s pantry next to the kitchen offers extra preparation space and storage.

34 Ross St, Gladesville, is a house for all seasons.

A new full bathroom with matt black tapware is a must.
It has direct access to the deck and backyard so when the children finally emerge from the pool with pruney fingers and toes, they won’t have to traipse through the house dripping wet.
The house, on 607sq m, is in a quiet street, a two-minute walk to beautiful Glades Bay Park and the Parramatta River.
In the other direction, it is a 10-minute walk to the Gladesville shopping village, schools and buses on Victoria Rd.
The property goes to auction on Saturday, October 27, with a price guide of $2.35 million. For details, contact McGrath Hunters Hill’s John Paranchi on 0411 508 890 or Ashleigh Moltzen on 0404 401 328.

Strong street presence: 34 Ross St, Gladesville.



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