Under instruction from THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE – AUCTION – Saturday 1 September at 12.00pm
FIX IT UP OR START AFRESH!
Under instruction from THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE this property is offered for genuine public auction at 12.00PM ON SATURDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2018.
Stop looking and start dreaming of the possibilities as you have found THE perfect Nedlands starter home ripe to renovate or detonate! This 809sqm block (zoned R12.5) has dual street frontages onto Doonan Road and Princess Road and a 1930s 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home.
Perfectly located just a stone’s throw from Masons Gardens and close to College Park and the Swan River this renovation rescue character home offers an exciting opportunity to break into this thriving suburb.
The front part of the home is in original 1930s condition and features the period charm of high ceilings, wooden floorboards and large rooms. An extension towards the rear of the home includes an enclosed alfresco/conservatory, large courtyard and a double garage.
There is plenty of scope to renovate the existing home OR wipe the slate clean, demolish and build the home you have always wanted.
– Green title block 20.12 metres wide by 40.23m long
– Within the Shenton College and Dalkeith Primary School catchments
– Walking distance to public transport, Masons Gardens, Dalkeith Village, College Park and close to the Swan River and Claremont Quarter
– Driveway access off Doonan Road
– 3 large bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms
– Multiple living areas with an open plan kitchen and dining area
– Enclosed, undercover courtyard
– Separate laundry
Opportunities like this south of the highway and so close to Masons Gardens are few and far between! This property WILL BE SOLD.
This property is being sold in AS IS CONDITION. The successful buyer will be required to sign the auction contract which has been drafted in accordance with the instructions of the Public Trustee.
This information is provided for general purposes only and is based on information provided by the Seller and may be subject to change. No warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy and interested parties should place no reliance on it and should make their own independent enquiries.
City of Nedlands: $2,697.20 p/a (18/19)
Water Corporation: $1,346.53 p/a (17/18)
PLEASE NOTE: While every effort has been made to ensure the given rates are correct at the time of listing, they are provided for reference only and are subject to change.
In 1959 one hundred and thirty years after the first British settlement around the Swan River, Nedlands achieved City status. Name changed from Nedlands Road Board to the City of Nedlands while under the guidance of Mayor John Charles Smith Esq., JP Mayor. Nedlands is situated just 7 Km from the bustling Perth centre. Annual events form part of the community’s lifestyle, ranging from fun summer concerts in the local parks to art exhibitions on the river front. The residents of Nedlands are also provided with a large array of sporting and recreational facilities, great libraries along with some of Western Australia’s best schools. With all these wonderful attractions at your fingertips it is hard to look past if you are considering a suburb to reside.Suburb Profile