What to love? - LEASED!
Welcome to your dream coastal oasis in the spectacular Point Samson. This home is situated on a beautiful 1,100 sqm block of land with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, and self-contained 1-bedroom 1-bathroom unit downstairs.
This property provides plenty of parking space, for your boat, caravan, trailer, or cars, as well as side access to the rear for more privacy. There are two lockable garages and a designated area under the large shade sail. Throughout, there are plenty of low maintenance gardens and garden beds which are all fully reticulated. The summers will be made comfortable with the above ground pool and outdoor entertaining patio area.
Entering through the large modern front door, you are welcomed into the heart of the home. A separate room is located behind double doors at the front of the property, perfect for a kids retreat, home office or separate theatre room. Dining and living room zones are sectioned off with two archways, both with sliding door access to the rear patio area.
The kitchen is well designed with large induction stove top, electric oven, dishwasher, double s/s sinks, spacious fridge recess and plenty of below counter storage all while enjoying the spectacular ocean views from the kitchen windows.
In the master bedroom, flooded with natural light and offering ocean views, you will find tiled floors, plenty of wardrobe storage space, split system aircon unit and a ceiling fan. Bedrooms two and three are equally comfortable with tiled floors, built in robes and split system aircon units for year-round comfort. The shared bathroom is fit with double sinks, large shower, and plenty of storage space below the vanity benchtop. The conveniently placed laundry provides additional outdoor rear access, plenty of storage space and separate toilet.
Down the spiral staircase, you will find a self-contained unit with bedroom, bathroom/laundry, kitchen and living area. Perfect for a teens retreat, family coming to visit or a home office. This area has rear and garage access.
This property comes equipped with shutters throughout all windows and boards that are designed to cover all rear doors, ready for secured comfort during cyclone season.
With its brilliant beach side location, plenty of fishing opportunities and relaxed coastal lifestyle, you will fall in love with this home.
What to Know?
Bond Amount $5,200.00
Available 31st August 2023
Who to talk to?
For inspection times, please contact our office on (08) 9197 2600.
This property at 49 Meares Drive, Point Samson is a four bedroom, three bathroom house listed for rent by Kelsey Hutchison at Realmark - Karratha.
For more information about Point Samson, including rental data, facts, property ownership types, nearby transport and nearby shops, please view our Point Samson profile page.
If you would like to get in touch with Kelsey Hutchison regarding 49 Meares Drive, Point Samson, please call 0428 040 797 or contact the agent via email.
The townsite of Point Samson is located on the Pilbara coast, 1579 kilometres north of Perth and 18 kilometres north of Roebourne. By around 1900 the nearby port of Cossack was beginning to silt up and was inconvenient for the shipping of stock. In 1902/03 the government erected a jetty into deeper water at Point Samson, and this was proposed to be the port for the area. There was soon demand for lots at Point Samson, a tramline was erected to the jetty from Roebourne, but the survey and selling of lots was delayed because of the impact of Point Samson replacing Cossack. The townsite was finally gazetted as Point Sampson in 1909.
The name Point Samson honours Mr Michael Samson, a member of a prominent Fremantle family. The point was named during Walter Padbury's expedition to Nicol Bay in 1863. Mr Samson was the second officer of their ship, the "Tien Tsin". The point was misspelled on maps as Sampson, and this error persisted for many years, including being used when the townsite was gazetted in 1909. The error was brought to the governments attention by Michael samson's widow in 1918, and both the point and the townsite were corrected to Point Samson in April 1918.