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54 Hewitt Way, Booragoon WA 6154

Sold price: $645,000 Sold: 12 Jun 2023
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Cars


Perfectly positioned on the Mount Pleasant side of Booragoon, on the edge of a park, in a quiet, leafy street sits this gorgeous, updated duplex half. The rooms are filled with natural light and look out onto the secure garden and outdoor entertaining area. The brand new double garage is a huge bonus and offers direct access into the house via the modern laundry. This is a perfect first home and an opportunity to enter the market in this increasingly popular area. BE QUICK - THIS WON'T LAST LONG!

Features include:
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
Open plan living and dining
Renovated kitchen with good storage and bench space, free standing gas cooker
Updated laundry with new cabinetry
Outdoor entertaining area with low maintenance gardens
Fully enclosed front yard for privacy and security
New timber look flooring
Split system air-conditioning plus ceiling fans
Brand new double garage
Duplex property with no strata fees
Quiet and leafy, tree lined street
Dual Mount Pleasant and Brentwood Primary School zones, Applecross High School zone
Excellent location, on the corner of Layman Park, 600m to Karoonda Reserve, 600m to Garden City Shopping Center, 1.4km to the river, 700m to Mount Pleasant Primary, 1.1km to Brentwood Primary School

Contact Colleen Gandini today on 0421 842 954 for more information!

Property features

  • Garages 2

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This property at 54 Hewitt Way, Booragoon is a two bedroom, one bathroom house sold by Colleen Gandini at Colleen Gandini Residential on 12 Jun 2023.

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Cost breakdown

  • Council rates: $1,600 / year
  • Water rates: $950 / year

Nearby schools

Brentwood Primary School
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  • Government

Booragoon overview

Booragoon is an established suburb with commercial areas located centrally within the City of Melville. Booragoon's development occurred between the 1960s and the early 1980s with a slight population decrease between 1991 and 2006, followed by another increase between 2006 and 2011.

Life in Booragoon

Characterised by its mix of parks, reserves, property and commercial sectors, Booragoon is a suburb with plenty of diversity on offer. Garden City Shopping Centre is the most notable commercial feature and one of the largest shopping centres within the Perth metropolitan area. In addition to the main shopping establishment, Garden City houses a cinema, public library, Melville City Council office and a major regional bus station. Other features in Booragoon are Melville Aquatic Fitness Centre, Booragoon Lake Reserve and local school, Booragoon Primary School.

Booragoon quick stats

High end $1.4m
Median $1.2m
Low end $905k
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The median house price in Booragoon is $1,227,500, the median unit price is $680,000.

54 Hewitt Way, Booragoon sold on 12/6/2023 for $645,000.

54 Hewitt Way, Booragoon was sold by Colleen Gandini at Colleen Gandini Residential.

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