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HOME AMONG THE GUM TREES

65 Oxford Street
GLEDHOW, WA 6330

$295,000
UNDER CONTRACT
3 1 3

Agent

Kyle Sproxton

Kyle Sproxton
Phone: 08 9841 4022
Mobile: 0438880439

Email: kyle@merrifield.com.au

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In a quiet, semi-rural suburb on the edge of town, this “residential zoned” lifestyle property will attract active families and those wanting quiet, privacy and a big block in a central location.

The estate will have wide appeal for the comfortable brick and tile home and the 2,565sqm of land it sits on – enough to satisfy the greenest thumbs.

Added to this is a realistic price tag and the versatility the land offers, making it an excellent proposition for owner-occupiers or investors.

The land has a wide frontage with the home and garden occupying about half, and the remainder taken up by a bush block, mostly cleared and with a two-bay shed. Another major benefit of this size lot is the opportunity to erect a shed of up to 150sqm, subject to council approval.

Tall native timbers remaining on the land provide shelter and privacy and are characteristic of this desirable neighbourhood, where big blocks are the norm and residents enjoy birdlife and natural surroundings as well as wide-ranging rural views to the wind farm and beyond.

Inside, the home has a practical layout to suit families or couples.

The front door opens onto the lounge, where a big picture window allows a view of the garden. Year-round comfort is taken care of with a reverse-cycle air conditioner, a tile fire and a ceiling fan.

Around the corner from the lounge is the dining area, with sliding glass doors onto a sheltered patio at the side of the home. Next to the dining space is the kitchen, with a good-sized walk-in pantry, and the adjoining laundry.

At the front are the three bedrooms, all with built-in robes, the double main bedroom having views of the wind farm.

All are next to the bathroom, with a big shower and vanity, and the separate toilet.

A garage under the main roof, plenty of off-road parking, security screens on the doors and a garden shed are other features of this property.

Though the home would benefit from modernisation, it is in good condition, clean and well presented, so the new owners could carry out improvements while living in it. Alternatively, it would make an attractive rental investment just as it is.

The property’s location a few minutes from town, schools, TAFE, supermarkets and recreation facilities enhance its appeal to owners or tenants.

Arrange to view its many attributes for yourself, and you could be living among the privileged residents in this lovely, leafy suburb of Albany.

What you need to know:
– 2,565sqm block with some natural bush
– Among similar big properties in semi-rural suburb
– Rural outlook to wind farm
– Brick and tile home
– Air-conditioned lounge with tile fire
– Dining area
– Kitchen with walk-in pantry
– Laundry
– Main bedroom with built-in robe and view
– Sheltered patio
– Single garage and further off-road parking
– Two-bay shed
– Space to erect a 150sqm shed (with council approval)
– Private and peaceful
– Within easy reach of town, schools, shops, TAFE, sports

General Features

Property Type: Residential Homes
Land Size: 2565 m²

Indoor

Garages: 3