10/3 Oak Street,
Cannington Western Australia 6107
Price: | UNDER OFFER |
Too Late - Property Under Offer! By Nic Sauzier
*** HOME OPEN CANCELLED - UNDER OFFER ***
Nic Sauzier from RE/MAX Real Estate has the absolute pleasure to introduce to the Cannington market this golden opportunity to live within one of Perth's most convenient suburbs.
This development is surrounded by a host of amenities, including public transport, schools and Westfield Carousel Shopping Centre.
These well presented 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartments were completed approximately five years ago. The apartments will attract the interest of first homebuyers, downsizers or the astute investors welcoming a new style of living.
* 1 or 2 car bays (depending on the apartment)
* Kitchens include stone marble bench tops and Bosch stainless steel appliances
* Washing machine included
* Sizeable bedrooms with built in robes
* Bathrooms include frameless shower screens and decorative tiling
* Balconies include semi frameless glass balustrade and stainless steel rails
* Split system reverse cycle air conditioning and LED lighting
* Electric gate entry with intercom facilities and individual alarm system in each unit
* Spotted gum timber flooring
* One lock up storage room per apartment
* Located strategically between Canning River Reserve and Westfield Carousel
* Located in close proximity to Curtin University, shops, cafes, schools, library, leisure plex
* Easy access to public transportation and well connected by roads and highways
* Ideal for first home buyers, small families, retirees or investors
Contact your RE/MAX & REIWA Award Winning Agent today to view or to make an offer. Nic Sauzier – 0409 042 337.
Water Rates - $1,099.65
Council Rates - $1,711.09
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