1B Sidney Place, Casula NSW 2170

Double Storey Home

Discover the perfect home for your family in this spacious and well-appointed three-bedroom residence. Featuring a newly renovated bathroom with both a separate shower and bath, as well as an additional toilet downstairs for convenience, this home is designed for comfort and ease. Enjoy the practicality of an internal laundry, a separate lounge, and a generously sized dining area. A study nook on the landing offers an ideal workspace, while built-in wardrobes in each bedroom provide ample storage. The property includes a single lock-up garage, a garden shed, and an inviting undercover area out the back for outdoor activities. With new flooring on the ground level, this home combines style and functionality in a sought-after location.

FURTHER INFORMATION:
Please note: We do NOT accept 1form application.
If you would like to book an inspection at this property – please submit your details by clicking on the button in this advertisement, you will then receive an invitation to register for a viewing by either email or text message.
To ensure you are kept up to date, please register for inspections. This allows our team to keep you updated of any changes.
The initial agreement term will either be 13 weeks or 26 weeks subject to approval, applications for tenancy can be obtained when you view the rental property – no applications are accepted by our office until you have inspected the property with our agency.
Should your application be successful you will be required to leave one weeks rent as a holding deposit upon approval – we are a cashless office so the deposit will be required in the form of a bank cheque or money order from Australia Post. The initial deposit is non refundable but does come off the balance owed when you sign your tenancy agreement – the total payment required for all tenants entering into a tenancy agreement is 2 weeks rent in advance and 4 weeks bond that is held in trust by the rental bond board, this payment must be made by bank cheque or money order from Australia Post and all subsequent rental payments by direct debit from your bank account.

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