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5 Elizabeth Street
LOWER KING, WA 6330
Here’s a cosy home to set you on your way if you’re just getting into the real estate market, or if you’re looking for a solid rental investment in a popular family suburb.
Number 5 Elizabeth Street in Lower King is a well-priced, comfortable brick and tile home with some welcome features and inviting indoor and outdoor living areas.
Built in the late 1970s, it occupies a bigger-than-the-average block of 895sqm with mature trees and lawns surrounding the house and plenty of off-road parking in addition to a double-length carport.
For those who enjoy entertaining, there’s a long covered patio at the back of the home and a sheltered sunken area complete with a terrific built-in pizza oven.
Inside, the home is bright and sunny. The lounge at the front has windows on two walls and a wood fire that also heats the adjoining dining area.
On the other side of the dining space is the renovated kitchen. This sports sparkling white cabinetry, attractive tiling, a pantry, dishwasher and attractive vinyl plank flooring extending to the dining area and lounge.
A hallway leads off the dining area to the three good-sized bedrooms, two of which have built-in wardrobes. The laundry, separate toilet and bathroom, with bath, shower and vanity, are also along the hallway.
Though the bathroom would benefit from renovation, it is clean and serviceable, so any work could be carried out while living in the property.
Outside, there are two garden sheds, a small rainwater tank and plenty of scope for gardening types to get their hands dirty and grow veggies and herbs.
From this home, you or your tenants could be launching the dinghy at Lower King or throwing out a line in just a few minutes.
Schools and school buses are within easy reach and a major supermarket is a short drive down the road. Albany CBD is only approximately 14 minutes by car.
But staying at home would also be an appealing option. There’s space for the kids to play on the front and back lawns, trees to climb in the fenced gardens and room for computer desks in their bedrooms. The size of the block would also allow for a good size shed and easy access to it – perfect for a tradie, fisherman, holiday makers with a caravan or camper trailer or anything else that needs to be stored away.
Take a look – this is an attractive proposition with the opportunity to easily add value and enjoy the leisure activities this area is known for.
What you need to know:
– Brick and tile family home
– 895sqm block with lawns front and back
– House sheltered by mature trees
– Terrific paved, undercover patio
– Sunken deck with built-in pizza oven
– Sunny lounge with wood fire
– Dining area
– Renovated kitchen with dishwasher and pantry
– Three good-sized bedrooms, two with built-in robes
– Bathroom with bath, shower, vanity
– Separate toilet off laundry
– Fenced yard
– Double-length carport
– Rainwater tank
– Close to fishing, sailing, schools, shops
– Approx. 14 minutes to Albany by car
– 2017/2018 Water Rates $1,353.73
– 2018/2019 Council Rates $1,809.60
Property Type: Residential Homes
Land Size: 895.0 m²