1 Perth Place, CANNING VALE WA 6155

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IMMACULATELY MAINTAINED QUALITY HOME

House - CANNING VALE WA

Impressing on every level, this home features stunning chef-style kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher inclusive, breakfast bar, plenty of storage space and room for a double door fridge. The spacious, open plan area also includes a tiled dining area and a freshly carpeted living space.

All three bedrooms are double-sized with built-in robes, with the master bedroom featuring a sizable ensuite and walk-in robe. The main bathroom has been renovated and boasts a large bathtub and crisp, white tiling.

The additional living area is sizeable and enclosed for peace and privacy, and the large backyard is beautifully landscaped and features a spacious, covered and lit patio for entertaining. This spills onto neat grass edged with beautiful native plants.

This property also boasts security system, air conditioning, double lock up garage, bore reticulation, security lights and doors, downlights to main area, and is settled in the peaceful and picturesque Ranford Estate, close to all amenities.

Do not miss this chance to secure this beautiful home.

Small outdoor pets are considered.

* Please attend the viewing on Saturday 5th of July at 12pm to obtain an application. If you are unable to attend, please contact Natalie on 0424 980 555 to arrange an alternate viewing time **

Property Features
  • House
  • 3 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 2 Parking Spaces
  • 2 Garage
  • Satellite
  • Street View
  • Transit
  • Bike
  • Comparables

Fast Facts about Canning Vale
  • Postcode is 6155
  • Local Council is Gosnells
  • Investors Are Building New, Buying Established, Cosmetic Renovation
Canning Vale is surrounded by lakes, parks, and urban developments. This residential suburb is perfect for singles, families with kids, professionals, and retirees. One can easily imagine jogging with its clean and green atmosphere and kids walking in its relatively quiet streets. Moreover, it’s an excellent spot for businessmen. Concentrated near Roe Highway are distribution facilities and a fresh produce market.
Canning Vale is an affordable residential suburb 20 km from Perth’s southern area. It is governed by Gosnells and Canning. The suburb is bounded by Roe Highway, Garden Street, Nicholson, Acourt, Clifton, and Warton Roads.
The suburb continues to attract new settlers and professionals into the area. Manufacturing plants such as BGC, ACI Packaging, and Swan Brewery provide jobs to locals. Market City provides wholesale fresh produce to residents. South of the Roe Highway you’ll find the Hakea Prison complex and shopping areas.
There are plenty of opportunities to stretch out and take advantage of the nature reserves and parks found within the suburb. Kids can join the Canning Vale Cougars Junior Football Club at Clifton Park. Boating and fishing activities can be had at Bannister Lagoon, North Lake, Lake Bibra, or Waylen Bay.
Within the suburb are plenty of schools with excellent links to the bus stations. Primary Schools include Caladenia, Campbell, Canning Vale, Excelsior Primary, Ranford Primary, and St. Emilie’s Catholic Primary. Senior students go to Canning Vale College along Dumbarton Road. Canning Vale is serviced by the Swan Transit, which connects to Transperth Trains. Albany Highway leads to the Perth Airport, and local bus stops are at Murdoch University.
Natalie Lonyai
Leasing Manager- South Metro
0424 980 555
Expect the red carpet treatment
Natalie combines her technological savviness with years of customer service experience to lease properties quickly, to quality tenants. She is armed with a background in business law and marketing, which means that she can not only create great interest for your property but also hold her own in negotiation while protecting your legal interests. Natalie has proven herself to be a fast learner, open to continuous improvement and always goes the extra mile to see that tenants and landlords get the red carpet treatment.
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