26 Stokes-Hughes St is a traditional 3x1.5 norwester home with a renovated kitchen, landscaped gardens and a shed. Opposite a nature reserve, you have easy access to bush walks and are still located close to the town centre. Inside, you'll find the open plan living, dining and kitchen. The renovated kitchen catches your eye with the red features and is a practical space with plenty of cupboards, electric stove and lots of bench space. Look out the window and enjoy the view of the patio and green garden beyond. Down the corridor you'll find the three bedrooms all with ceiling fans and built in wardrobes. Throughout the house is hard wood Jarrah floorboards, adding to the charm of the property. The bathroom has a bath and shower with a separate wc in the laundry. The laundry also has a second shower and and access to the patio. Outside, relax under the patio and enjoy the lush green garden. There is a small second decked area amongst the garden, creating a quaint space to unwind. The 6 m x 4m shed comes with 3 storage racks and the front of the house has shade sails for parking your vehicles. The well maintained home is perfect for a family or as an investment property. Call Mark Lucas today on 0439 494 481 to arrange a private viewing.
Exmouth is a townsite on the north west coast, 1260 kilometres north of Perth. It was gazetted a townsite in 1963, and was founded as a support town to the Harold E. Holt Communications Station run by the U.S. Navy.
Exmouth is situated on the western side of Exmouth Gulf from which it takes its name. The feature was named by Commander Phillip Parker King RN of HMS "Mermaid" during hydrographic surveys in the area in 1818. The name honours the Viscount Exmouth, Edward Pellew. Edward Pellew was born in Dover, England in 1757 and died in 1833. He had a very distinguished career in the navy, and was regarded as British naval hero. Pellew entered the Royal Navy at 13 years of age, was appointed Lieutenant in 1778 and received his commision as post Captain in 1780. In 1793 he received a knighthood for his heroic conduct in capturing the "Cleopatra", a French frigate. Three years later he was created a Baronet for his heroic services in saving the troops and crew of the British transport "Dutton". In 1804, he was promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral. In 1814, having risen to the rank of Admiral of the Blue, he was elevated to the peerage as Baron Exmouth of Canonteign, County Devon; and, finally, was advanced to a Viscountcy in 1816 for his gallantry in bombarding and totally destroying the fleet and arsenal of Algiers in that year.