West Coast Eagles star Nic Naitanui lists swanky Swan View abode

December 7, 2020

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West Coast Eagles star Nic Naitanui lists swanky Swan View abode

December 7, 2020

West Coast Eagles sensation Nic Naitanui is hoping the old adage “third time lucky” rings true after re-listing his spectacular Swan View investment property for sale.

The two-storey home in Perth’s foothills is perched on an elevated block, taking in city and valley views, and is packed with high-end additions, including a stunning swimming pool, wood-fire pizza oven and top security.

The champion AFL ruckman purchased the property for $1.285 million in 2012, but moved some time ago after upgrading to a $3 million home in Mount Lawley. He has twice tried to sell the Swan View house in recent years.

Built in 2008, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home sits on an 855sqm cul-de-sac lot.

Pegged as an entertainer’s dream, it has two large alfresco spaces and an outdoor shower near the pool, as well as a garage with capacity for four vehicles and a fully equipped home theatre with a projector, screen and speakers.

Additional features include ducted and zoned reverse-cycle air-conditioning, ducted vacuum system, a security alarm, an audio-visual intercom and rainwater tanks.

Selling agent Holly McSweeney, from Realmark Urban – Leederville, is inviting offers on the sale.

“There’s no fixed price. I’ve had such varied responses I just wouldn’t want to put a price on it. I send sales evidence to people and that ranges from the $800,000s right up to the $1.3 million mark around the Perth Hills. This is about inviting all offers and getting feedback.”

But Ms McSweeney said she was hopeful of a decent price amid the impressive state of the West Australian property market.

“The market here in WA is on fire,” she said. “We are selling things above the expectations of sellers at the moment and there are a few factors contributing to that, including how WA has dealt with COVID.

“There’s a lot of enquiry coming in from expats living overseas and interstate wanting to come back to WA, there’s people buying things sight unseen and there’s not a lot of stock.

“The stock level is low so that’s driving up competition, there are a lot of active buyers and with the end of the rent moratorium in March, people are predicting 20% increases in rents.

“Predictions of a 12% price rise means people are trying to get in now. There’s a few contributing factors to what’s happening in the market, which has made it really interesting.”

Offers on 11 Adler Heights, Swan View close on 8 December.

Source: realestate.com.au