17 Lake View Crescent
prevelly WA 6285


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An opportunity has presented itself with the listing of this property in prestigious Prevelly. This place is literally a couple of hundred meters from the water and tucked away on the corner of Lake View Crescent and Wooredah Crescent.

The block is 1040m2 in size, flat and hosts a nice number of established peppermint trees for shade. The back boundary is retained and provides some privacy. It's perfectly located for a morning wander to The White Elephant café for breakfast or in the late afternoon, to Sea Gardens for a cold beer and some dinner.

Currently onsite is an easy care, functional, 2 bedroom 1 bathroom residence. Jarrah floorboards connect the bedrooms to the bathroom, laundry with separate toilet and combined living dining area. The retro kitchen has a built in pantry and enough space for a double fridge. The oven and cook top is electric and hot water is instantaneous gas. A garden shed and clothes line completes the holiday home essentials.

Holiday here at your pleasure and simply lock and leave, or (here is the kicker) remove the existing structure and build your beach dream.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 1040m2

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