3 Honeyeater Loop
djugun WA 6725

6.4% Returns & Option to Move In Next Year

4 2 2

Lock in today’s prices before they get away from you AND have someone else pay off your mortgage!

Currently leased at $800 per week until July next year choose to keep as investment or move in and enjoy this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home all for yourself.

Light and bright with neutral colour tones throughout home was built in 2007 and has been well cared for. Positioned on a 710sqm fully fenced block with a large outdoor grassed area there is plenty of rooms for kids, pets and a pool if your heart desires.

The Property Includes:

-Well-presented family home with 4 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms

-Spacious design with open plan living & kitchen

-Large outdoor grassed area with reticulated gardens

-Outdoor entertaining within fully fenced yard

-Double carport

-Leased at $800 pw until 14/07/2022

-Shire Rates $3,258.42 pa| Water Rates $1463.15 pa

-Built in 2007 on 710sqm block

If you’ve been keeping an eye on the market you have probably realised that you want to make your move soon rather than later. This property offers a great opportunity to lock in now without having to actually move in immediately.

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 710m2

Key Features



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