33 Bowerbird Loop
djugun WA 6725

Secure Government Lease

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Set in a peaceful pocket of Roebuck Estate with the school nearby enjoy the convenience of a secure government lease in place until 2022 with a one year option.

This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home offers includes a large kitchen with dishwasher and breakfast bar and plenty of living space. The bedrooms are of a generous size with built in robes, air conditioning and ceiling fans.

Fully fenced and secure the backyard offers great outdoor entertaining with mature easy to maintain gardens and a shed.

The Property Features:

-Roomy 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home

-Spacious open plan living & dining

-Large kitchen with breakfast bar & dishwasher

-Front veranda & rear outdoor entertaining

-Mature gardens with lawns at the front & back

-Fully fenced backyard

-Good sized garden shed

-Single carport plus extra parking

-Leased at $560pw until 03/01/22 with 1 year option

-Shire Rates $TBA pa| Water Rates $1,463.15pa

-Built in 2001 on 547sqm block

The Openn Negotiation is underway and the property can sell at any time. Commence your bidding online www.openn.com.au (search 33 Bowerbird Loop, Djugun in the search bar).

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 547m2

Key Features



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