14B Olearia Crescent
margaret river WA 6285


4 2 2


The cottage style façade of this well maintained property opens into a spacious modern family home.

The gallery style entrance opens to the open plan kitchen and light filled living area which flows through to the sheltered al fresco entertaining space and to the easy living garden beyond.

With 4 large bedrooms, the master including a walk in robe and sparkling en-suite, all three minor bedrooms each have generous wardrobe space.

The home has large open spaces and is complete with 2 modern bathrooms.

Located close to parks and recreation areas; including the forest reserve to the north east. The back yard is north facing with views of the tree tops.

This property has a great tenant in place paying $400 per week, and is leased till July 2022

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 587m2

Floor Area - 162m2

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Contact Details

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Vicki Genge

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