99 Wylde Road Morley

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Looking for room for the kids......? or a great investment? This home has both!

Built in the 70's, this solid 3-bedroom double brick and tile family home is positioned on a 745sqm DUPLEX size block! Located directly across from Noranda Bowling Club, is the perfect opportunity for a couple or a young family to enjoy this spacious home, knowing there is always potential to divide the block in the future!

This home has some beautiful feature bricks; not everyone's style however, they can be rendered or removed. Although, you may want to make some cosmetic changes, this home is comfortable and very liveable.

Formal entry
Large linen cupboard off front entry
Large front lounge with feature brick wall split system reverse cycle Aircon
Rear games room with bar
Light and bright kitchen overlooking the backyard
Good sized bedrooms
Skirting boards; Timber windowsills; Feature brick walls
Master bedroom with full built-in robe's and split system Panasonic air-conditioner
Second bedroom with built-in desk and robe
Bathroom with separate bath and shower
Galley kitchen with gas cooking; Oven and microwave recess; Double sink and plenty of cupboards and drawers with windows that overlook the backyard
Separate laundry with access to backyard
Dining area leading to rear games room.
Gas storage hot water system
BIG backyard
Paved area off the back of the house
Walking distance to Noranda Palms Shopping Centre
Great place to live: 12kms to Perth CBD, 12kms to the coast, 12kms to Perth Airport.

Please call Aaron to inspect 0417 931 604.

Property Features

  • Council Rates : $1662 per year
  • Water Rates : $1084 per year
  • Land Size : 745.00 m2
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Property ID: 3333230

Aaron Storey

Aaron Storey

0417 931 604

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AS Realty

1062a Beaufort Street


T 08 9471 8400

F 08 9471 8220

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