Lots of op­tions on two blocks

Owner will­ing to de­mol­ish ex­ist­ing home. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Reviews -

CON­SIST­ING of two lots, this prop­erty presents a range of op­por­tu­ni­ties for an as­tute buyer.

The owner is pre­pared to de­mol­ish the ex­ist­ing three-bed­room, one-bath­room home, al­low­ing 311sqm lot 35 and 395sq m lot 36 to be sold in­di­vid­u­ally or as a pair.

There are so many pos­si­bil­i­ties – buy the en­tire prop­erty and live in the home or rent it out, de­mol­ish it and build a new home on the com­bined lots, buy one of the lots and build a new home, buy both lots and build two homes to live in, rent out or sell.

The own­ers bought the prop­erty in 2015, at­tracted by its prox­im­ity to the train sta­tion, schools and shops.

“Lake Jual­bup is just a stroll away and Clare­mont Quar­ter is a 5minute drive or a cou­ple of stops on the train,” they said.

Built in the 1960s, the ex­ist­ing home has tra­di­tional lime­stone foun­da­tions, fea­ture chim­ney stack and a raised ter­race.

The own­ers said the el­e­vated po­si­tion en­abled the house and gar­den to get sun, with nat­u­ral light stream­ing through the house most of the day.

Views were an­other ben­e­fit.

“The rear of the house pro­vides a stun­ning panorama from the City of Perth on the left, over Kings Park ahead, past the hos­pi­tal and UWA to the right,” they said.

Both lots of­fer city views from ground level and the out­look would be even bet­ter from a two-storey home. ■

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