Butler, 72B Kahana Parkway – $299,000 to $339,000

Butler, 72B Kahana Parkway – $299,000 to $339,000
Butler, 72B Kahana Parkway – $299,000 to $339,000
Butler, 72B Kahana Parkway – $299,000 to $339,000
Butler, 72B Kahana Parkway – $299,000 to $339,000
Butler, 72B Kahana Parkway – $299,000 to $339,000
Butler, 72B Kahana Parkway – $299,000 to $339,000

WITH all offers presented to the owners by Monday, June 27, there is little time left to take a peek at this chic three-bedroom residence in Butler.

Selling agent Darran Deacon said the cottage, built in 2008 by Ventura Homes, is made for those seeking a lock-up-and-leave lifestyle.

“The house would be ideal for a first-home buyer, singles, couples, downsizers or investors,” he said.

In fact, the current owner originally purchased the property as a first-home buyer. “I lived in it for about a year until we moved out of Perth and lived regionally,” the owner said.

“The main thing that attracted me to the property was the park across the road.

“From the master bedroom, you can look out the window and the view to the park is great.”

The rest of the home is equally well-designed and is anchored by a sleek, neutral colour palette.

It has an easy-to-maintain tiled open-plan kitchen/family/dining area, which flows beautifully out to the fully paved alfresco space, a rear-loading garage, a master bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite, two minor bedrooms with built-in robes and plush carpet, a well-presented main bathroom and a laundry room.

It also comes with an LG reverse-cycle split-system airconditioner, Westinghouse stainless steel cooking appliances, a security alarm and a storeroom.

Since moving out, the house has been rented out, which is great news for property investors.

“We’ve never had a shortage of tenants as it’s very low maintenance and easy to look after,” the owner said.

“Over the past few years, Butler has grown a lot with shops and services including the train station, which has been a big positive for tenants.

“And it’s in a quiet area and has low traffic flow.”