143B Macdonald Street
kalgoorlie WA 6430


3 2 2

This brick and Iron 2 story home is a winner, situated close to town and easy to maintain.

The layout of the home is great with living areas on the first floor. The open plan living is spacious and modern in design.

A short stroll to CBD, university and parks, this property is the ideal home for someone that wants to be close to amenities.

The 3 bedrooms are located upstairs. All bedrooms have built in robes.

The downstairs open plan living area is tiled and the kitchen is big and roomy with lots of storage. Natural gas is connected, and the home has evaporative air-conditioning.

Situated on an easy 305sqm lot with a garden shed, a good sized patio and double lock up carport.

Would make a great investment property or suitable for owner occupier.

Brick and Iron

Built in 2005

Double story

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

Open plan living

Double lock up carport

Garden shed

305sqm lot

Council Rates $2,431.76 per year

Water Rates $235.00 per year

Strata fees $348.25 per Qtr

Reserve fee $22.50 per Qtr

Contact Tracy Roberts your private inspection on 0417 999 036

Property Details

Property Type - Unit

Land Area - 305m2


Contact Details

Get in touch with our team at First National Real Estate Kalgoorlie

Tracy Roberts

Senior Sales Consultant

0417 999 036

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