5 Kembla Street,

4 Beds
2 Baths
2 Cars
Sold $415,000


This beautifully presented four bedroom, two bathroom, three living room home with a study is a sure winner in this fantastic location.

Set on a big 734sqm block there are so many reasons to like this property. It's not every day I can say a house is absolutely a great place to live, but I took this place for a test live for six years because this is the place I grew up in!

The modern kitchen has a tremendous amount of practical and well-designed work space, with the quality cabinetry, huge SMEG oven, and Miele dishwasher (Something the owners decided to put in once the kids moved out, which is ridiculous considering how many disputes would have been saved if they'd only taken the initiative earlier, but that's not for here) It's a great part of the functionality of the house and a real highlight of the home. It's the hub of activity with the breakfast bar seating and the family meals area being the place to come together at the start of the day.

The kitchen overlooks the sunken family room, a very spacious area with plenty of room for larger furniture styles. This opens out to the massive alfresco area, but we'll get to that in a moment.

The formal lounge room at the front of the house is a great place for mum and dad to retreat from the busier parts of the home. (Traditionally, it is used as a retreat just around the time the dishes needed doing, leaving the kids to take care of things, however, that's not for here.) It's a quiet space and can be closed off for a bit of peace and quiet and depending on your needs could have suitable style to be used as a theatre. It is positioned opposite the master bedroom so it really is a place you can keep as your own.

The bedrooms are all of a decent size with the master featuring a walk in robe and a tidy ensuite bathroom. The secondary rooms all feature built-in-robes. (Trav's room has the biggest because mum and dad love him more than me and the other brother and bought a lot more stuff for him, but that's not for here. The other robes are still plenty big enough though.)

The whole place features ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, making it perfect year round.

Where the memories are made. The great big patio and under cover area that runs the length of the house is absolutely fantastic. With outdoor fans to keep the breeze going on a warm afternoon the area overlooks the back garden with lovely lawns and limestone garden beds. Beyond the internal fence is the veggie garden and the workshop. There's plenty of out-of-sight out-of-mind space back here so you've got room to keep your stuff out of the way. The powered shed is well arranged with storage cupboards and a mezzanine style storage section to separate the workspace from the stuff-space.

Opposite a brilliant park, where the City have just spent big money upgrading the landscaping, bush walk trail and the fantastic kids playground. There is heaps of room for running about without having to be confined to the backyard, it's like having a huge front yard, but one you don't have to maintain. It's also in very easy walking distance of the train station, hospital and more.

Seriously, it was a great place to grow up, and I reckon you may just love it as much as I did. Call Mark Grogan today and see just what a wonderful family home this really is.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Security System
  • Built-in wardrobes
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shops
  • Close to Transport
  • Garden
  • Study
  • Land is 734m2

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Mark Grogan
Mark Grogan
Residential Sales Consultant