64 Malakoff Street, Marrickville

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Space, comfort and exciting potential are set to motivate a new generation of Marrickville buyers in this freshly presented and charm-filled brick free stander. Set on a generous dual access block of land, its appealing proportions offer a great chance to buy a potential-packed home in the premium inner west market and add some excellent value to a well-sized property.

This is a standout offering that will spark the interest of those looking for an opportunity to bring a well-located original home up to date. It’s presented in good solid condition and ready to live-in or rent out straight away and enjoy this highly accessible location that’s just one block away from all the cafés, dining and nightlife along Marrickville Road.

A character-filled solid brick residence in a wide leafy streetGenerous living spaces with separate lounge and dining areasClassic period fireplaces, high ceilings and many original detailsSecure off-street car space with rear access from Convent LanePrivate and sunny backyard includes a separate laundry/storeroomThree bedrooms, a well-lit bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen Ready to move in with potential to add value through renovation

Property Information

  • Council Rates $256.50/quarter
  • Water Rates $195.46/quarter

Property Features

  • Uncovered Carspaces 1

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Suburb Guide


Multi-layered and diverse, Marrickville is a melting pot of cultures with an all-embracing attitude. It's a foodie hangout, has a vibrant music and art scene, and enviable infrastructure that keeps locals well connected. One of Sydney's most intriguing suburbs, bohemian Marrickville simply has it all. Marrickville's rich diversity is celebrated throughout the community. There are mouth-watering eateries that cover the full spectrum – Asia, Europe, the Middle East, the Americas and Australia, plus a thriving art and festival scene that in many ways put Marrickville on the map. It is also home to a handful of craft breweries, vibrant music and arts scene, it's easy to understand why Marrickville was recently named in the top 10 coolest neighbourhoods in the world. This culturally-diverse inner Sydney neighbourhood is friendly, fun and a magnet for foodies. At the heart of Marrickville is the ARCCO, which has helped shape Marrickville into what it is today and has been the driver behind many social initiatives and campaigns that have affected all Sydney. Spread out over nine acres, ARCCO is a hub of culture, diversity and sustainability and is the home to the popular weekly farmers' market. You can catch a train direct from the city centre to Marrickville, getting off at either Marrickville or Sydenham stations, with the journey taking around 20 minutes. There's also a range of bus services that connect Marrickville to the city and the neighbouring suburb of Newtown.

Suburb Features


  • Casimir Catholic College
  • Marrickville High School
  • Marrickville Public School
  • St Brigid's Catholic Primary School
  • St Maroun's College


  • Annette Kellerman Aquatic Centre
  • Braddock Playground
  • Marrickville District Lawn Tennis Club
  • Marrickville Oval
  • Marrickville Park
  • McNeilly Park


  • Barzaari
  • Corinthian Rotisserie Restaurant
  • Hello Auntie Marrickville
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