New split system air cons, new bathroom, new kitchen fit out, new paint work, new tiled flooring. All the hard work is done.
Great location in a family friendly street just a 5 min walk to the Primary school and is an even shorter stroll to the lush, green and well maintained Minbalup Park.
Currently rented at $550 per week until July 2024.
A central lounge and dining room with new flooring & new paint work plus french door access to the side patio area.
Wood look vinyl flooring has been fitted throughout the main living areas and in the hallway
Each of the 3 bedrooms is fitted with a brand new air conditioning unit and new paint work
The modern bathroom is located in the centre of the property, with new shower and wall tiling, a deep bath tub and new modern vanity
One storeroom and one shed are located on the property with easy access from the carport area
Shire rates: $1,584.47 PA
Water Rates: $611.04 for period 01/07/2022 to 30/04/2023
The owner wants this property sold and will consider offers.
This property at 14 Warrambucca Crescent, Newman is a three bedroom, one bathroom house listed for sale by Doug Shaw at Newman First National.
For more information about Newman, including sales data, facts, growth rates, nearby transport and nearby shops, please view our Newman profile page.
If you would like to get in touch with Doug Shaw regarding 14 Warrambucca Crescent, Newman, please call 0402 851 853 or contact the agent via email.
Newman is a mining company townsite in the Pilbara region, 1184 kilometres northeast of Perth. The townsite was gazetted in 1972 after the Mount Newman Mining company developed a large iron ore mine at Mount Whaleback. The townsite is named after the nearby Mount Newman, a 1055 meter high mountain in the Ophthalmia Range.
Mount Newman was named by the surveyor W F Rudall in 1896, "in honour of our late leader". Newman was Aubrey Woodward Newman, the original leader of the survey party carrying out surveys in the neighbourhood of the Ophthalmia Range in 1896. He contracted typhoid fever at Peak Hill and, too ill to continue, was later returned to Cue where he died on May 24th, 1896.
14 Warrambucca Crescent, Newman is listed for sale by Doug Shaw at Newman First National.