Nestled on a whopping 713sqm parcel of land, this wonderful vintage home was built in 1970’s and is immaculately presented. Featuring a wonderful retro vibe, decorative light fittings and multiple living areas, renovated bathroom, this fantastic home screams potential or could easily be left as-is.
Stepping into the home, you’re greeted by a formal entry passage which is complete with a closet to serve as a cloakroom. Sitting to the left of the entry, the lovely front lounge room features two massive windows to allow for plenty of natural light to pour in. Beyond the living room is a great formal dining. Fitted with retro cabinetry, this kitchen has been kept in pristine condition and enjoys views out to the huge backyard.
Following the hall to the right hand side of the property, you will find three great sized bedrooms with the master offering a large built in robe, along with the main bathroom which has been nicely renovated, separate WC and laundry which provides access out to the rear extended games room or perhaps teenagers retreat.
Enjoy the convenience of a low maintenance backyard which is almost completely paved and an excellent blank canvas to transform if desired. Being positioned on a large block, there is great potential with rear access, along with room out the back to add a pool or extend the already huge workshop.
130m to Orelia Park
600m to Gilmore College
570m to Orelia Primary School
2.5km to Peter Carnley Anglican School
800m to South Metropolitan TAFE Kwinana
1.3km to Kwinana Adventure Park
1.3km to Kwinana Marketplace
2.1km to Kwinana station
1.2km to Kwinana Recquatic
Rental return in the current market would be around the $300 per week.
To find out more about this property, you can contact agent Luke Langford on 0427 251 211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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