A very well presented 1920's period dwelling with good street appeal. It's proximity to Canning HWY and lack of privacy will deter buyers as well as the rear orientation. The inclusion of the pool house and position of the pool itself is poor planning due to the unusable yard space. The removal of both items needs to be addressed. I think to turn bedroom 3 from 2 bedrooms into 1 was a mistake and needs to be reverted into its original floor plan. Previously listed for sale in February 2019 and remained unsold for 46 days. This is a direct reflection on the price point, with the last sale of the property in 2012 for $1,305,000. With scarce stock available in this pocket, there will be eager interest, however, I feel there will need to be a price correction before this asset is secured.
Things we love
Character features and design
Well maintained and manicured
Things to consider
Unusable yard space due to pool room and rear orientation (NE facing)
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]