Welcome to 17 Snappygum St, Newman WA! This home is now available for sale and offers a fantastic opportunity for investors, young couples, and families.
Situated in the popular Kurra estate, this property boasts a convenient location with easy access to amenities. The recent addition of easy care timber look floors to the living areas and fake grass to the rear just enhances the appeal of this home.
Featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this house provides ample space for comfortable living. The master bedroom comes complete with an ensuite bathroom, offering privacy and convenience. All bedrooms are equipped with built-in wardrobes, providing plenty of storage space.
The open-plan living area is perfect for entertaining guests or spending quality time with family. The well-appointed kitchen features modern appliances and ample bench space, making meal preparation a breeze. The split system air conditioning throughout ensures year-round comfort in any weather.
There is a covered outdoor area where you can relax or entertain friends and family. Whether it's enjoying a morning coffee on or hosting a barbecue in your own backyard, there's plenty of room to create lasting memories.
For added convenience, there is undercover parking available for two vehicles as well as additional off-street parking options. The fully fenced yard provides security and peace of mind.
Investors will be pleased to know that this property is currently leased until February 2024 @ $680 per week to a corporate tenant who has been in residence since 2020. This makes it an excellent investment opportunity with guaranteed rental income.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity! Contact us today to arrange an inspection or find out more about how you can make 17 Snappygum St your new home or investment property!
- Built-in wardrobes
- Air conditioning
- Outdoor area
- Undercover parking
- Fully fenced
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.