What to love?
A remarkable family residence poised to capture your heart is nestled within the picturesque coastal haven of Point Samson, directly opposite the scenic Point Samson Park and Beach.
Set on an expansive 852 sqm block, with a huge shed featuring roller door access—a perfect space to house your larger-than-life toys, boats, or caravans. With plenty of parking space for both family and friends, the property emanates a sense of space and leisure.
The residence exudes charm with its impressive street presence, accentuated by a secure, meticulously maintained front garden that invites you to explore further. Upon entering, the journey unfolds with low-maintenance tiles and pristine white walls guiding you into the heart of the home—a spacious open-plan kitchen, dining, and living area. Abundant natural light floods the space through large windows, framing views of the tropical oasis outside and creating a serene ambience.
Here, you'll discover a haven for relaxation and entertainment. The practical kitchen is a delight for the home chef, equipped with a freestanding cooker, plenty of storage, a pantry cupboard, and a stainless-steel sink.
Sliding open the glass doors reveals the pièce de résistance—The vast undercovered alfresco area is where the BBQ will light up as you take your seat and relax watching over the glistening pool as the kid's cannonball in, burning off that holiday energy, with the shade sail to keep the rays at bay. When they are done in the water, they can take to the trikes, bikes and scooters on the paved area, as the furry family members or tiny tots enjoy the grassed area before retreating at dusk to the firepit area to cozy up with a marshmallow over the fire. Here is a space that will transform your living, creating lasting memories for years to come.
Back inside, the master bedroom features wall-lined robes, a split system, and a ceiling fan for comfort, complemented by low-maintenance wood-look flooring. Bedrooms two and three, both generously sized and equipped with split systems, share a main bathroom with a shower, vanity, and a separate toilet. The convenient laundry ensures practicality for everyday living.
16 Vitenbergs Drive emerges as a coastal family haven, perfectly poised to enhance your family's lifestyle in a prime location. It checks all the boxes for a long-lasting and idyllic living experience that will be cherished for years to come.
What to know?
• 852 sqm block
• 97 sqm home
• 1980 build
• Council Rates $2400
• Water Rates $275.72
Who to talk to?
Contact Dylan Rakich on 0497 083 2254 for more information on the property.
This property at 16 Vitenbergs Drive, Point Samson is a three bedroom, one bathroom house listed for sale by Dylan Rakich at Realmark - Karratha.
For more information about Point Samson, including sales data, facts, growth rates, nearby transport and nearby shops, please view our Point Samson profile page.
If you would like to get in touch with Dylan Rakich regarding 16 Vitenbergs Drive, Point Samson, please call 0497 083 254 or contact the agent via email.
The townsite of Point Samson is located on the Pilbara coast, 1579 kilometres north of Perth and 18 kilometres north of Roebourne. By around 1900 the nearby port of Cossack was beginning to silt up and was inconvenient for the shipping of stock. In 1902/03 the government erected a jetty into deeper water at Point Samson, and this was proposed to be the port for the area. There was soon demand for lots at Point Samson, a tramline was erected to the jetty from Roebourne, but the survey and selling of lots was delayed because of the impact of Point Samson replacing Cossack. The townsite was finally gazetted as Point Sampson in 1909.
The name Point Samson honours Mr Michael Samson, a member of a prominent Fremantle family. The point was named during Walter Padbury's expedition to Nicol Bay in 1863. Mr Samson was the second officer of their ship, the "Tien Tsin". The point was misspelled on maps as Sampson, and this error persisted for many years, including being used when the townsite was gazetted in 1909. The error was brought to the governments attention by Michael samson's widow in 1918, and both the point and the townsite were corrected to Point Samson in April 1918.