My offsider Steve, when discussing the positives about this property said to me "What a great and peaceful location this is. The only traffic you'll get around here is the surrounding neighbours and visitors. There is no need for anyone else to come down this neck of the woods".
What a true statement that was to make, I couldn' t agree more and I am sure you will too. To make the location even sweeter, 18 Thomson Street is 1 of 4 properties that get the full benefit of a cul-de-sac location.
It's a double brick and iron home built in 1988, has 3 bedrooms, a large kitchen/meals area, formal lounge room, 1 bathroom, toilet off the laundry, carport, and handy side car access to rear.
A slap of paint and some new window treatments throughout wouldn't go astray to add a fresh feel.
A 'blank canvas' is the best way to describe the rear, waiting for you to add your personal touch. Whether its upgrading the existing patio to a fancy gable patio if you're an outdoor lover or adding a workshop (of course, subject to the Shire's approval).
Don't be fooled by the dividing fence, the block actually continues beyond that point, gotta fit the whopping 1790sqms somewhere.
Throw optimistic pricing out the window and say hello to market value. $225 000 is a small price to pay for a property like this.
There's no doubt that residential investors have recently focused their radar on Northam given our low purchase prices and town development. If you are a first home buyer or wanting to downsize/upsize, don't delay while you think about it. Some other prudent investor may jump on this before you.
The team at Hollett & Lawrance welcome you to arrange an inspection.