You’ll find more bang for your buck with this newly listed property.
The lounge and kitchen are ginormous. The proportions are enormous; high ceilings, an opening in the wall between the two rooms creating light and space. The kitchen continues the checker-board floor tile theme and boasts new cabinetry and quality European stainless steel appliances. The zone is heated and cooled with a split system reverse cycle air conditioner.
There are 4 bedrooms, all having built-in robes and the master has a combined laundry/ensuite bathroom. The rest of the family get to use the other bathroom finished in a Federation theme with checker-board floor tiles, claw-foot bathtub, chrome and brass hardware and timber vanity.
The house was fully renovated in 2008. Practically the only original feature is the solid jarrah frame of the walls, floor and ceiling. Its been restumped, has newish exterior wall cladding and roof sheeting both insulated with premium Gold Batts, renewed electrical wiring and plumbing. There are tall colonial style skirting boards and new doors in the traditional stile and rail panel design.
The block, in a quiet cul-de-sac, is 859sqm in area with rear aspect to the Mortlock River and side aspect to the golf course and is a tiny 900m to the start of the town's main street. Northam Primary School is even closer and so is the train station.
Pet friendly, good looking Colorbond fencing encloses 3 sides of the block and there's a double carport on the side of the house with drive-through access to the rear yard which is a bit of a blank canvas just waiting for you to put your ideas into action.
A lease agreement is currently in place with the property until May 2022 for $320pw so, investors, you’ll be able to retain the existing tenancy and the tenants love living at 7 Foreman Place, Northam.
An attractive list price of Offers Over $260 000 should have you callin’ up Lara Turnbull 0437 225 793 or Steve Hill on 0407 778 462 to arrange for a private inspection. Please allow for 48 hours notice.