EXCITING PROSPECT AT THE POINT
45 Bedwell Street
Emu Point, WA 6330
Phone: 9841 4022
Mobile: 0439 940 976
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As well as being a favourite holiday destination for people from the Great Southern and beyond, Emu Point is home all year round to a privileged set of residents revelling in the relaxed lifestyle and the outstanding amenities.
So it’s no wonder that real estate in this exceptional precinct is tightly held, and when a property such as 45 Bedwell Street comes on the market, it’s sure to attract attention from a wide scope of buyers.
Having been a much-loved and well-maintained family property, this is a versatile holding with real potential for modernisation, expansion or development.
It consists of a sound, 1960s-built brick and tile home on a north-facing 861sqm block, a short walk from safe swimming beaches, fishing spots, cafés, fresh seafood sales, parks and tennis and bowls clubs, and only about a minute’s drive to launch the boat.
Although in need of a makeover, the house is in good condition and could be easily transformed into a modern home to answer the demands of today’s families.
Living areas consist of an open lounge and dining room heated by a built-in wood fire and an enclosed rear sunroom overlooking the garden.
The kitchen has gas cooking and a good-sized footprint that might be retained within a renovation project.
A hallway leads to the three bedrooms – one king, one double and the other a good-sized single – and the bathroom and laundry.
Though dated, everything inside is in good condition and the home was designed to exploit its sunny aspect with big windows and glazed doors.
A major drawcard for new owners is the size of the block, which is mostly in grass with good Colorbond steel fencing enclosing the back yard. Here, there’s a terrific three-bay shed with remote-controlled roller doors, power connected and a workshop area on one side. It’s ideal for parking the dinghy and trailer as well as the family car.
To fully appreciate the possibilities of this impressive real estate and the rare opportunity it offers, discuss its finer points with Jeremy Stewart of Merrifield Real Estate.
What you need to know:
– 1960s brick and tile home in tightly held area
– 862 sqm block
– Highly desirable, iconic coastal suburb
– Walk to safe swimming beaches, fishing spots, cafés, tennis, bowls
– Close to boat launch
– Suitable for modernisation, expansion or development
– North-facing, sunny ambience, big windows
– Open lounge and dining area with wood fire
– Enclosed sunroom
– Good-sized kitchen with gas cooking
– Bathroom with deep bath, shower, basin
– Laundry and toilet
– Three bedrooms – king, double, big single
– Three-bay shed with remote-controlled roller doors, power connected, workshop area
– Fenced yard, mostly in grass
– Council rates $2,069.93
– Water rates $1,463.12
Property Type: Residential Homes
Land Size: 862.00 m²