Dive into this delight
Summer's approaching. Pool parties are in. You know what we're saying!
Buying a property is all about factors such as location, number of bedrooms, space, practical inclusions, layout… Sure, but hear us out: What if you bought something that also had a pool? It's not such a silly suggestion, really. And we're not saying that's the only feature of this sweet townhouse because it isn't - not by a long shot. But consider those sweltering Perth days where you wake up sweating and find no relief even well into the evening. A pool isn't such a frivolous thing now, is it? A quick dip to start your day, a spot to spend quiet afternoons, and an excuse to invite around your nearest and dearest for a drink. That's what a pool gets you. Oh, and some great views in this case. This is a small residential group in which you share the pool, but one glimpse out your bedroom window and you can see if anyone else is already paddling about in that azure oasis. If you're not in the mood for a swim (what?!) there's always your perfectly pretty courtyard in which to host a few friends or chill out solo. The open-plan living area connects to it and gives you plenty of space for entertaining. Upstairs are 3 good-sized bedrooms, a bathroom, and storage in the form of a linen closet and built-in robes, all of which round out the perfect property wish list. What was it we said? Number of bedrooms, space, practical inclusions, layout? Nailed it all. Just don't forget about that pool.
Location-wise, we're ticking boxes again what with this property being set towards the end of a leafy cul de sac. It's all lovely and peaceful and blessedly convenient. Hop on the bus or train and head to the city for work (it's only 3km away) or up to Guildford, Bassendean, or beyond for adventures. Then again, with the best of Mount Lawley almost at your doorstep, why not stick close to home instead? Coode St Café (270m) is a great dog-friendly spot that dishes up breakfast and coffee, and Sherbet Bake Shop (900m) will see you into brunch and beyond with pastries aplenty. Grab dinners at Chakra (1km) or Testun (1.1km), drinks at The Inglewood Hotel (750m) or Bar Vino (1.2km), and round out your evening with a show at the Astor (1.8km). Or, grab some icy poles at the Good Grocer (1km), head home, and set yourself up poolside. Sometimes it's the simple things in life that are the best.
Ready to make a splash?
Hit Natalie up now (call or email). Or rock up to the home open.
Buyers from the Early to Mid $500,000's are encouraged to come and inspect the property with all offers presented as received on or before the campaign end date of 5:00pm Wednesday 8th November 2023 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR). The seller reserves the right to accept an offer prior to the campaign end date.
Lot Size: 100sqm (not including exclusive use areas)
Build Year: Circa 1981
Council Rates: $1,580.21 per annum approximately
Water Rates: $1,182.62 per annum approximately
Strata Levies: $1,012.80 per quarter ($923.95 Admin plus $88.85 Reserve)
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