West Coast Eagles sensation Nic Naitanui is hoping the outdated adage “third time fortunate” rings true after re-listing his spectacular Swan View funding property on the market.
The 2-storey house in Perth’s foothills is perched on an elevated block, taking in metropolis and valley views, and is filled with high-end additions, together with a shocking swimming pool, wood-fire pizza oven and prime safety.
The champion AFL ruckman bought the property for $1.285 million in 2012, however moved a while in the past after upgrading to a $3 million house in Mount Lawley. He has twice tried to promote the Swan View home lately.
Inbuilt 2008, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom house sits on an 855sqm cul-de-sac lot.
Pegged as an entertainer’s dream, it has two giant alfresco areas and an out of doors bathe close to the pool, in addition to a storage with capability for 4 automobiles and a totally geared up house theatre with a projector, display screen and audio system.
Further options embody ducted and zoned reverse-cycle air-conditioning, ducted vacuum system, a safety alarm, an audio-visual intercom and rainwater tanks.
Selling agent Holly McSweeney, from Realmark Urban – Leederville, is inviting affords on the sale.
“There’s no mounted value. I’ve had such various responses I simply wouldn’t wish to put a value on it. I ship gross sales proof to individuals and that ranges from the $800,000s proper as much as the $1.3 million mark across the Perth Hills. That is about inviting all affords and getting suggestions.”
Nic Naitinui’s Perth Hills house on the market
The four-car storage is a giant bonus. Image: realestate.com.au/purchase
However Ms McSweeney stated she was hopeful of a good value amid the spectacular state of the West Australian property market.
“The market right here in WA is on fireplace,” she stated. “We’re promoting issues above the expectations of sellers for the time being and there are a number of elements contributing to that, together with how WA has handled COVID.
“There’s a whole lot of enquiry coming in from expats dwelling abroad and interstate wanting to return again to WA, there’s individuals shopping for issues sight unseen and there’s not a whole lot of inventory.
“The inventory degree is low in order that’s driving up competitors, there are a whole lot of energetic consumers and with the end of the rent moratorium in March, individuals are predicting 20% will increase in rents.
“Predictions of a 12% value rise means individuals are making an attempt to get in now. There’s a number of contributing elements to what’s taking place out there, which has made it actually fascinating.”
Affords on 11 Adler Heights, Swan View shut on 8 December.