/Young buyers lining up for chance to buy entry-level Narraweena home

Young buyers lining up for chance to buy entry-level Narraweena home

Hot auction — 34 Oceana St, Narraweena.

The average Sydney listing on the realestate.com.au site usually attracts about 1000 page visits during the course of a marketing campaign.

Northern beaches properties are generally attracting more than this, as buyers from all over Australia take a look at what’s on offer.

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This humble, entry-level cottage, at 34 Oceana St, Narraweena, in one of the northern beaches’ most affordable suburbs, is getting a huge amount of interest.

Big back yard.

The kitchen.

The property has had more than 4600 page views on the realestate.com.au site.

And Jacquelynn Watson, of Ray White Freshwater, said she had been inundated with inquiries on the three-bedroom home, that is on a level, 809sqm, north-to-rear block in a central location.

The original home offers a prime opportunity to renovate, extend or rebuild into a contemporary family haven or two properties (subject to council approval).

“There are a lot of different options for the property, which is probably why there has been so much interest,” Ms Watson said.

Blank canvas.

Rear view.

She said she had already issued 24 contracts on the property, many of them to young families looking for their first house.

The home is within walking distance of Narraweena Public School, village shops, cafes and the bus stop, as well as Beverley Job Park and playing fields, and St Johns Catholic School.

Other features include a double garage, off-street parking and garden shed.

The property is due to go to auction on Saturday, April 13, at 12.30pm.

For more, contact Ms Watson, or Mark Vaiasinni, at Ray White Freshwater.