Ray White are pleased to present this spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home in a great location. Sitting just one street back from the Leda Nature Reserve, you also are close to the heart of Wellard with the train station, Wellard Square shops and cafe's all less than 1.5km away. The heart of Kwinana is also nearby offering the main shopping and retail centre, library, sporting and medical amenities. Public transport and parks are also in close proximity. This property has two living spaces including a quiet lounge/meda room at the front of the home and an open plan casual living zone. This family and dining space is overlooked by a stylish kitchen complete with island bench, breakfast bar and pantry. There is a handy shoppers entry direct from the garage which also provides drive through access to the rear. Flowing out from the living area is the double sized alfresco, ideal for entertaining. The backyard feels very private thanks to the raised limestone walls and fencing. Back inside, the master suite has dual walk in robes and an ensuite. The minor bedrooms are also generously sized with built in robes. This property is great value and would suit a wide range of buyers from first homebuyers through to investors. Call now to find out more. House plans available on request.
Features include: Ensuite
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Block Size:503 m²*
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