10 Towncentre Drive Thornlie WA 6108
- Property Type House
- Land area approx 362.00sqm
- Floor area approx 115sqm
- Region Perth
- Locality Gosnells
- Carports 1
- Ensuite 1
- Toilets 1
Lock up and Leave - NO STRATA FEES
Welcome to this well maintained 3 bedroom 1 bathroom home located close to the Forest Lakes Shopping Centre. Tucked away from the street front, this is not a strata property and has no strata fees.
You will be surprised on the size of this home with an open plan kitchen/dining/loungeroom opening up to the lovely gable patio giving you ample room to entertain. The 3 bedrooms are also good sizes and the renovated semi ensuite bathroom offers access from both the master bedroom and hallway.
The light and bright kitchen offers plenty of cupboard and bench space, pantry, double sink, microwave recess, pot drawer and island bench.
The master bedroom offers plenty of room for a king size bed along with a split system and walk in robe.
Both minor rooms have built in robes, one being a double room and the other a single.
The semi ensuite bathroom is renovated and offers a separate bath and shower without a hob, great for access.
Head outside to relax under the patio where you will enjoy the lovely low maintenance gardens in the private backyard. A single carport is also to the left of the property.
Located close to all amenities for downsizers, young families or even if you want a lock up and leave place to own, this is the home for you.
Extra features include
• 2 split system air conditioners
• Security doors
• Garden shed
• Low maintenance gardens
• Block Size – 362m2
• UMR – 130m2
• Build year – 1991
• Council Rates - $1600.00 (approx)
• Water Rates - $975.25 (approx)
• 3.7km - Thornlie Train Station
• 1.1km to Forest Crescent Primary School
• 550m to Forest Lakes Shopping centre
• 7.8km to Westfield Carousel
• 26km to Perth City
This information is provided for general information purposes only and is based on information provided by the Seller and may be subject to change. No warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy and interested parties should place no reliance on it and should make their own independent enquiries.