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166 Whatley Crescent, Maylands WA 6051

Sold price: $1,150,000 Sold: 29 Jan 2024
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Cars
  • Landsize 465m2
166 Whatley Crescent, Maylands WA 6051

Family Home – Café Strip Precinct

Located on the fringes of the trendy Maylands café strip precinct and within the Mt Lawley high school zone this spacious Circa 1916 home oozes charm and character. Situated on a 465m2 green title block with rear laneway access this lovely north facing double storey residence has big bedrooms, high ceilings, spacious living areas and ample yard space front and rear.

Beautiful wide entrance hall with leadlight windows
Polished jarrah timber floors and high ceilings throughout
Large bedrooms
Master bedroom upstairs with walk in robes and ensuite
Parents retreat opening out to private balcony with leafy outlook
Large kitchen and dining area with dishwasher and 900mm gas cooktop
Separate lounge room with gas fire place
Ducted cooling system
Elegant 2nd bathroom and laundry
Front veranda overlooking secure front yard
Rear alfresco area and backyard with established trees and reticulated gardens
Double lock up garage accessible from right of way, with extra parking for boat or caravan etc.
One minute walk to Maylands train station and just a few minutes drive to the CBD.

The existing dwelling can be used for a variety of purposes for an owner occupier business or development. This property falls under the very versatile City of Bayswater's District town Planning Scheme No 24 and more specifically Special Control Area 1- Main Street Precinct.

Shire Rates: $2,074.91 per annum
Water Rates: $1,293.59 per annum

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This property at 166 Whatley Crescent, Maylands is a four bedroom, two bathroom house sold by Brock Robertson at NTY Property Group on 29 Jan 2024.

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Nearby schools

Inglewood Primary School
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Maylands overview

Maylands is a riverside inner-city suburb approximately 4.5 kilometres northeast of Perth, serviced by the Midland railway line on the northern bank of the Swan River. In 1896 the name "Maylands" was first used to identify the area, appearing on a poster advertising a land auction. However the exact reason how the area got its name is something of a mystery. 

The suburb was once a source of clay for brick and tile making at Maylands Brickworks, and the pits from these activities are now part of a golf course and residential area. It was home to Perth's main airport until the early 1960s, and the facilities were converted to a training area for the Western Australian Police Service.

Life in Maylands

Maylands is known as a cultural and creative hub as it is home to The West Australian Ballet Centre and home to the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra. In recent years, new bars, cafés and restaurants, along with gourmet food and retail outlets have all contributed to an ongoing transformation of the town centre into a lively, diverse and inclusive destination. There are numerous shopping centres in the area, 15 parks and reserves and two primary schools. 

Maylands quick stats

High end $950k
Median $735k
Low end $523k
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166 Whatley Crescent, Maylands was sold by Brock Robertson at NTY Property Group.

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166 Whatley Crescent, Maylands sold on 29/1/2024 for $1,150,000.