14 Dunns Road, MARAYLYA
Located on the fringe of urban development, this 5-acre property with a 120m frontage is an opportunity to secure a large, arable parcel with strong potential for growth. It is positioned about 4km from the North West Priority Growth Area, where the Department of Planning rezoned land to facilitate the delivery of over 33,000 new homes and extensive infrastructure projects. Many investors speculate re-zoning will continue here due to Sydney’s ever-increasing population.
The 2 bedroom home offers a rural retreat with all the convenience of the Hills District, and exceptional public and private schools. Commuting is easy with the M2 and M7, Norwest Business Park, Rouse Hill Town Centre and Castle Towers all minutes away, plus the Sydney Metro Northwest Rail Link, with a station at Rouse Hill, opens in 2019. With high rental demand, if you don’t move in, we can manage your investment for you!
The home is modest but oozes farmhouse charm, with traditional features, exposed beams, feature fireplace and a slow combustion fire. A large mudroom at the rear of the home is opposite a spacious bathroom. If needed this area can be renovated to create a bedroom and a space previously converted into a study can be restored to a bedroom, making 4 in total. The kitchen is bright and spacious with large picture windows and a view of the garden, and a generous dining space flows to the family room.
Ideal for equestrian use, the property offers 6 paddocks that are largely cleared with trees for shade, a dam and an Olympic sized dressage arena (60mx20m). The rustic barn provides storage for feed and equipment and a second entrance makes floating the horses simple. 3 phase power is connected, and the neighbouring park offers 2 tennis courts, playground facilities and a community hall.
Nearby: The Gables – 6km, The Hills of Carmel – 7km, M7 Motorway – 16 mins, Rouse Hill Station – 8 mins, Rouse Hill Town Centre – 8 mins, Arndell Anglican College – 6 mins, Rouse Hill High School – 8 mins, William Clarke College – 16 mins, The Hills Grammar – 13 mins