She's a star inside and out.
Connoisseurs of the sizzle, let us introduce you to a true darling of the housing realm, a stunning sensation first born in the illustrious 1940s. This is no ordinary abode; it's a genuine mid-century starlet that has undergone a flawless transformation, maintaining its elegance then adding all the mod cons you could dream of. At first glance, the façade exudes everything that classic mid-century glamour offers. Step inside and find gleaming Jarrah floorboards, high ceilings, adorned with the original delicate and intricate ceiling roses, architraves, and cornices, and oodles of natural light bouncing through the gorgeous dimensions and perfect layout. The kitchen may just be the leading lady of this production; it's a sanctuary of space with the island bench taking centre stage and the lighting casting a romantic glow. Every detail, every nuance has been meticulously curated. From the double-glazed windows in the first two bedrooms to the matching plantation shutters and air conditioning throughout. And outside? 651sqm of greenery and mature gardens. What a block.
Location-wise, you are set regardless of whether you're a star-seeking a star-studded residence within a prestigious school precinct or a haven for a select family and everything's at your fingertips - just past the security gate. The kiddos can walk to the local primary schools, Inglewood Primary (900m) or St Peters (550m). Beaufort Street (1.3km), with all its glitz and gastronomical treats, is just an easy stroll down the road, in fact, you're right near the Inglewood social district here. Some Friday evenings just require a huge burger, and you can try the Dog Pound at Big Dog's Burgers (350m) or the Sunday morning bacon and eggs at Cafe 60 on Walter (400m). When it's time to get your family cook-off happening, hit up the local Coles Inglewood (1.5km). Need to run off some of the carb loading? Join the local soccer team at Maclaulay Park (1km) or just pop down for a BBQ and picnic. Commuting into the CBD? You'll hardly have time to whip out your book with Perth City being only 5.3 km away.
Ready to get a little glam?
Hit Natalie up now (call or email). Or rock up to the home open.
Buyers from the Mid $800,000's are encouraged to come and inspect the property with all offers presented as received and responded to on or before the campaign end date of 5:00pm Wednesday 13th September 2023 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR). The seller reserves the right to accept an offer prior to the campaign end date.
Lot Size: 651sqm
Build Year: Circa 1947
Shire Rates: $1,672.24 per annum approximately
Water Rates: $1,256.03 per annum approximately
- Floor Boards
- Outdoor Entertaining
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