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34b Ewen Street, Scarborough WA 6019
$575,000
  • 3
  • 1
  • 1
  • 434 m2
  • 109 m2

BRAND NEW RENOVATION, READY TO BE ENJOYED!

Ideally positioned near every possible convenience and boasting a superb, brand new renovation, this ultra-convenient residence is easily best in class! Perfect for buyers in all stages of life, from savvy investors, young families, professional couples and downsizes unwilling to compromise!
Inside the home are 3 good sized bedrooms, all with new carpets, serviced by a large updated bathroom. A brand-new open plan kitchen complete with new appliances, overlooks the low maintenance backyard and links through to the separate large lounge and dining with new carpets and fresh paint to complete the light and airy feel that is prominent throughout this home!
Some features you will love:
• Brand new renovated kitchen with new integrated dishwasher, oven, rangehood and storage galore
• Brand new carpets and professionally painted throughout
• Open plan kitchen/meals and separate dining and lounge with large reverse cycle A/C unit
• Three good sized bedrooms
• Large updated bathroom with separate toilet, vanity, bath and shower
• Single carport and room for a 2nd car with access to the side garden which could be utilised to store a trailer
• Good sized laundry and 2nd toilet
• Private rear paved courtyard and low maintenance side garden complete with herb garden
• NO STRATA FEES and only 2 villas
• 434sqm block and 109sqm of living
Live the lifestyle you deserve:
• 50m to Drift Kitchen and Pilates studio
• 200m to Brighton Fresh Food Market and Harvest Boulangerie Patisserie
• 10 min walk to some of Perth's best beaches and Revitalised Scarborough Foreshore
• 400m to Scarborough Primary School
Be quick this one will not last long - call George to view.

Property Features

  • Built-In Wardrobes
  • Close to Schools
  • Close to Shops
  • Close to Transport
  • Garden
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm System