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19 Clayden Street, Wooroloo WA 6558

Sold price: $510,000 Sold: 14 Feb 2024
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Cars
  • Landsize 1,900m2
19 Clayden Street, Wooroloo WA 6558



Beautifully presented and solidly built, this home offers easy living in an elevated position within walking distance of the local school and shops. A vaulted ceiling in the open-plan living zone creates an interior with a surprising spaciousness. Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning, a slow combustion fireplace, roller shutters and a 6.5 kW solar system make for easy living. A bitumen drive, established gardens, carports and a powered workshop continue this appealing home’s long list of features.

3 bedrooms 1 bathroom
Open-plan kitchen meals
Lovely cathedral ceilings
Ducted reverse cycle a/c?
6.5KW solar water tanks
Great outdoor living areas
Secure powered workshop
Easy care native gardens
Useable 1900 sqm block
Hop to shops and school

Occupying a prime position on a gently sloping block on a quiet side street, this move-in-ready home sits behind an automatic gate and is screened by established easy-care gardens. The front door opens into a semi-formal lounge with large windows framing garden views to the east. This inviting room has a soaring ceiling, a neutral colour scheme and ample natural light. The high ceiling continues in the adjoining kitchen/meals, where a timber kitchen and slow-combustion fire bring a dose of country charm.

In the kitchen, a U-shaped bench incorporates a breakfast bar, which, along with a 4-burner hob, wall oven, and corner pantry, fashions a practical workspace. A sliding door connects the open plan zone to the wide shaded verandah extending along the rear of the home. The rear verandah looks out to the lightly treed backyard, where a gazebo offers an additional outdoor living space. AT one end of the verandah is a multi-purpose utility room with a sink, and space for a fridge and barbecue.
The well-proportioned main bedroom benefits from a built-in wardrobe, soft carpets and a ceiling fan. It shares the family bathroom with 2 two junior rooms. Carpet and built-in robes feature in one of the junior bedrooms, while the other has the atmosphere of a teen's retreat with exposed brick and timber-look floors.
This lightly treed block is fully fenced and entered via a remote, solar-powered gate. A 2-car carport and powered workshop offer great storage, while a 6.5 kW solar system and small rainwater tank help reduce the cost of living. A woodshed and a small garden shed help keep the backyard looking tidy and in order.

Wooroloo is a charming Hills town set on the edge of the metropolitan area with easy access to arterial roads and the city beyond. The local primary school is a short walk from the property, and the post office, general store, Wooroloo Reserve, and much-loved Heritage Trail are all just a stroll away.

This well-presented, ideally located family home offers easy living in a laid-back community and within easy reach of the Mundaring, the airport and the city.

To arrange an inspection of this property, call Pauline O’Leary – 0432 660 895.

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This property at 19 Clayden Street, Wooroloo is a three bedroom, one bathroom house sold by Pauline O'Leary at Brookwood Realty on 14 Feb 2024.

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Nearby schools

Wooroloo Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government
Chidlow Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government
Wundowie Primary School
  • Primary
  • Government

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High end $520k
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