Well presented Over 55 Free standing 3 bedroom 1 bath in self managed complex of 9 in Elevated Position Unit is surrounded by walking trails, Parks, Playground Area and Lake with fountain all within easy 2 minute walk.
Access from both the street and rear with single carport. Enter from the front thru garden gate leading to front porch. Tiled entry leads on to large family room adjoining meals area and kitchen with large split system air conditioner.
Study/3rd bedroom adjoins this area with phone/internet access and split system air conditioner.
Down the hallway main bedroom is off to the left and has 3 large built in robes and fan.
The second bedroom is of a good size with fan.
Separate Toilet and bathroom made to suit older owners.
The laundry adjoins this area and has a door to outside to clothes line and courtyard.
There is also a door leading outside from meals area with paved court yard and several patios.
A brick storage powered shed/workshop is at end of carport.
Gas hot water system and batts insulation add to the features.
Security grills on all windows keep you feeling safe.
Complex bore reticulation waters gardens and lawn which is mowed by strata Coy. Strata Fees $350 approx per Quarter
Faces North East and is bright and bubbly just waiting for you.
Easy walk to Public transport and shops/medical etc close by.
Life in Ballajura
Ballajura is a mixed and parkland areas. The suburb spans 15 square kilometres Drive in the west. Ballajura’s most significant development began in the late 1970s as the area was subdivided. Its population increased rapidly during the early 1990s as new dwellings were added to the area and as of the 2011 Census, there were 18,952 people living in Ballajura.With substantial parkland, reserves and other open spaces to explore, Ballajura offers a relaxed lifestyle with plenty of amenities and recreational features. The Ballajura Central Shopping Centre services the area’s immediate commercial requirements and the suburb is also home to an aquatic centre, the Perth Ice Arena, a skate park, Community Centre and a number of ovals.”