One thing we learned from our response to Covid-19 was that lock-down can be awfully depressing; staying at home in our confined little space, looking for things to do to occupy our time.
Came as no surprise that an outcome was a mini-boom for country properties particularly those offering a little more space, both inside and around the outside of the house.
Are you one of those hopeful buyers looking to relocate into a little more space?
147 Woodley Farm Drive has it all. It’s on a beautiful big block over 6,000sqm in land area. At just over 3km from Northam’s main street, it’s not so far out in the sticks that you’ll be forever burning your precious fuel and time travelling back and forth but it’s away from any commotion that typically occurs in town centres.
Set behind the house is a double Colorbond garage, looks to be about 6 x 6m with double access doors.
The immediate house paddock is fenced in Colorbond, has a whopping gable roof patio pitched off the side of the house, has a pretty Tallow tree for shade and the ground is covered in imitation lawn. It’s the perfect, safe place for the kids to play or contain a small breed pooch.
What about the house… ? Built of brick in the late 1990s, it has rooms galore. At the front there’s a double carport, lounge/dining, main bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite bathroom and an office for the parents. At the back are three more bedrooms, family bathroom, toilet and laundry. In the centre is the kitchen/meals/family and a games room adjoins. The games and family have glass sliding doors that exit to that lovely big patio.
There’s ducted evaporative air conditioning, a slow combustion wood fired room heater, fresh paint work, new floor coverings and window coverings, new kitchen.
You’d be mad not to ask Steve Hill & Lara Turnbull to show this large family home, currently vacant and ready to occupy.