A very elegant character home that has been well-maintained and prime for some value add in a good street of East Fremantle. The accommodation is somewhat tight and the floor plan has great flow from entry to the outdoor area. Needs updating superficial and to address lack of car accommodation, tight accommodation, and privacy. It does have the bones for a great home. I expect this property to be popular with young families wanting to get a foothold in East Fremantle or renovators keen to add some value to this property.
12 Oakover Street sold for $1.56M in December 2018, it has similar accommodation but has larger land content and is better quality due to recent renovations. It is a good example of the value add opportunity available with 18 Oakover street. In saying this low 1M's is a good buying price for this asset.
Things we love
Character features and design
Floor plan and flow
Things to consider
Tighter land component
Car accomodation + Capital required for garage and extension
For a lot of people, buying a home will be their biggest financial decision, so it is imperative that this is an educated decision. Lachlan takes the emotion away from the acquisition with experience to negotiate and secure the very best property taking the guesswork out of closing a deal. Lachlan brings a wealth of experience in understanding the value of property, with his background in valuations he is a Certified Practising Valuer and Associate of the Australian Property Institute. Living within the Western Suburbs of Perth, Lachlan’s comprehensive local knowledge is invaluable. Lachlan is able to utilise his skill set to educate clients and ensuring that they don’t overpay.
Across the board in the Western Suburbs of Perth, stock is tight, with levels much lower than last year. The general consensus from agents is that people are starting to see optimism in the market on the back of the WA election and improving economic condition in the state. Accordingly, they are more inclined to ...[read more]