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104 Molloy Street, Busselton WA 6280

Listed price: Offers Above $695,000 Sold: 31 May 2024
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Cars
  • Landsize 782m2
104 Molloy Street, Busselton WA 6280

Central Home as pretty as a picture

Conveniently located only 3 minutes from the bustling CBD of Busselton, this immaculately presented 4 bed, 2 bath home has been lovingly offered for sale in this quiet and secluded pocket in central Busselton.

The convenience of being able to take a leisurely walk on the pathways leading to town and the famous Busselton foreshore, will be a huge plus for the buyer of this gorgeous home, and is exactly what sets this home above the rest. Your beautifully manicured and private gardens provide an oasis from the day to day, and will be a delight to any green thumbs looking for that next move.

Inside, you will find the kitchen, living and dining space in an open plan configuration which includes 10 foot high ceilings, slow combustion wood heating, ceiling fans and a renovated kitchen with more than enough storage for all of your needs. The master bedroom suite includes walk in robe, ensuite bathroom, ceiling fan and an extra siting/reading area or study space for you to relax.

The minor bedrooms are located in a separate wing of the home, providing separation from either kids or visiting relatives and a separate lounge room area is situated at the front of the home.

The best is saved until last with the clear highlight of this property being the beautifully maintained and loved private gardens at the rear of the home. Sectioned off into several functional areas the garden will delight the new owners, providing a relaxing place to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this location. Amidst the gardens, hides the workshop/shed, accessed from the secondary street and includes gated access. The trees and shrubs also help screen your generously sized separate garden shed, vegie garden and the classic Aussie hills hoist.

When all of these features and location benefits come together in one neat, appealing and affordable package, the decision to downsize, upgrade or relocate to this home becomes a very easy one.

This is a lovingly presented home in an awesome location, and will certainly have a wide appeal through all segments of the buyer pool. The early bird always catches the worm, so don't hesitate in order to secure this fantastic home.

Other key features include:

• Solar Hot water
• PV Solar system with 20 panels
• Slow combustion wood heating
• Daikin Split Sytem RC/AC
Bosch Dishwasher
• Ceiling fans to all bedrooms and all living areas
• Large shed/workshop
• Additional garden shed
• Smaller wood storage area
• Gated side access
• Raised garden bed for vegie garden

Local Proximity Guide:

• Busselton CBD   1.8km
• Busselton Foreshore  2.5km
• Light Industrial Area  2.4km
• Numerous Schools  4-5km
• Busselton Leisure Centre 5km
• Western Growers Fresh  900m

To arrange your private inspection, or to obtain details of home open times, please call exclusive listing agent Alistair Guthridge today.

Property features

  • Air conditioned  
  • Carports 2
  • Floor area 166m2

Property snapshot by

This property at 104 Molloy Street, Busselton is a four bedroom, two bathroom house sold by Alistair Guthridge at Ray White Stocker Preston on 31 May 2024.

Looking to buy a similar property in the area? View other four bedroom properties for sale in Busselton or see other recently sold properties in Busselton.

Cost breakdown

  • Council rates: $2,260 / year
  • Water rates: $1,366 / year

Nearby schools

St Mary Mackillop College
  • Combined
  • Non-government
Geographe Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government

Busselton overview

Busselton is a city located 220 kilometres south-west of Perth and was one of the earliest settlements in Western Australia. The Busselton area was named in honour, an early and notable family of pioneers who were the first settlers in the area in 1832, however the name officially used in June 1835. It is believed that the Bussells were not consulted about the name and preferred the name Capel after a relative in England, Capel Carter, but the name Busselton was retained. 

Life in Busselton

The main economic focus in Busselton has gradually shifted from agriculture to tourism which has grown the district significantly over the years. Not only is Busselton blessed with a beautiful waterfront including calm, white-sand beaches, superb whale watching and a lively foreshore with beachside cycle paths, it also has a buzzing cultural hub with a great food and wine scene. 

Busselton is also home to the Busselton Jetty which stretches 1,841 metres out to sea and is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. At the end of the jetty there is a world class ‘Underwater Observatory’ which descends eight metres to the ocean floor via a spiral staircase to display an awe inspiring forest of vividly coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates. 

Busselton quick stats

High end $855k
Median $715k
Low end $633k
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The average number of selling days in Busselton is 6 days.

104 Molloy Street, Busselton sold on 31/5/2024, however the final sale price was not disclosed.

The median house price in Busselton is $715,000, the median unit price is $582,500.