Well looked after home and close to the beach is this 3 bedroom 1 bathroom home. The added extras makes this property feel like your home and ready to move into.
The front has 2 entrances where you can put more than one vehicle, a boat, caravan and much more. The property also has a huge patio where can also sit an relax.
Inside you will discover spacious open plan living areas, and galley kitchen which is well equipped and has plenty of cupboard space.
All 3 bedrooms are generously sized, and the bathroom is neat and tidy with a neutral color scheme. Well-appointed laundry that leads out to the outdoor entertaining area which has a huge amount of shade and privacy. This home comes to life outside! Take a dip in the below ground swimming pool with a water feature and surrounded by tropical gardens for those hot summer days or take a short stroll to the beach.
Spread out over a massive approx. 729sqm block there is a great space for the kids and pets. The property is low maintenance and has an easy-care feel and perfect for the family. Life couldn't get any easier.
• Split System Air conditioners
• Large 729m2 block.
• Below ground pool.
• Plenty of storage for cars, boats and trailers
• Located close to School, shops and transport
• Within walking distance from the beach.
• Vacant possession or suitable for the investor
To view the property please Dianne on 0418 956 315
This property at 20 Craig Street, Port Hedland is a three bedroom, one bathroom house listed for sale by Dianne Lovell at Ray White Port Hedland.
For more information about Port Hedland, including sales data, facts, growth rates, nearby transport and nearby shops, please view our Port Hedland profile page.
If you would like to get in touch with Dianne Lovell regarding 20 Craig Street, Port Hedland, please call 0418 456 315 or contact the agent via email.
Port Hedland is a port town in the Pilbara region, 1638 kilometres north of Perth and 202 kilometres east northeast of Roebourne. In 1895 the government commenced survey work for a port to service the pastoral industry in the region, and there was also demand in the area for a townsite. Following the survey of lots the townsite of Port Hedland was gazetted in 1896.
Port Hedland is named after the natural harbour of the same name on which it is situated. This was named during explorations of the area in 1863 after Captain Peter Hedland, master of the cutter "Mystery", who discovered the entrance to the harbour. Hedland was a Dutchman who sailed the north west coastal region supplying settlers in the 1860s.