It is easy to understand why this early federation home has only been owned by just 3 families since the turn of the last century. It all goes to prove the enduring quality of good architecture. This beautiful property has captivated the hearts of many, mainly due to the fact that any changes have been made with a sensitive touch taking the natural elegance of the home and creating the fine family home that exists today.
Today's designers wax lyrical about 'texture' as if it is new discovery. The Victorians knew all about texture as is so apparent in this home. Here, gleaming jarrah floors are juxtaposed by the intricate pressed metal ceilings, and the ornate plaster work. And while there's no denying the enduring appeal of Bull- nosed verandahs, high ceilings, antique fireplaces and gleaming jarrah floorboards, complimenting these features with a modern but traditional decor and adding the luxury of air-conditioning, en-suite, swimming pool and bore reticulation certainly improves your quality of comfort. As do the superb eat-in kitchen with its European appliances, massive 3 car garage/workshop, the copious storage spaces and the modern laundry.
This large, flexible residence gives you a choice of either 3 or 4 bedrooms, the 4th making a superb home office. Or , alternatively, one could utilise the second storey as either a retreat , bedroom or sensational study or studio. There are 2 beautiful bathrooms, one of which is en-suite to the master bedroom, which located at the rear of the home, not only ensures peace and tranquility, but gives it access through french doors to the rear garden and the sparkling below ground pool set within landscaped gardens.
-3/4 bedrooms all characterful and with good proportions
-Optional home office
-refurbished kitchen European appliances and original
-2 beautiful bathrooms. One ensuite, one with
-Formal lounge with feature fireplace
-Dining area/ informal living adjacent to the kitchen
-Upstairs conversion for extra living
-Below ground Concrete pool
FEATURES inc but not limited to:
-Brick and Picket fence
-High ornate pressed metal ceilings
-Glorious leadlight entry and Bull-nosed verandah
-Gleaming timber floors.
-Ducted and split system air conditioners
-3 car garage /workshop
This well- located home can take advantage of its proximity to local amenities. The railway is close-by and provides an excellent service to the city as does Beaufort Street.is superb. Being situated close to its exclusive neighbour Mount Lawley you can enjoy not only the excellent shopping, restaurants and cafes of the Inglewood township, but all the delights of the reknown Mount Lawley cafe strip.
Also, close at hand are garden centres, Library, schools, parks and the neighbourhood centre. It is a most vibrant and sought- after neighbourhood.
This glorious home has an enduring sense of calm and space. What a wonderful legacy to leave for the next generation.
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