Mount Lawley
13/14 Queens Crescent
Sold $548,500
Sweet solitude

Ahhhh. Feel that? That's you relaxing

If you've got a hankering for some alone time, this super '70s abode is just the place you need. And if you're coupled up and want to share? There's enough room here that you won't be in each other's pockets all the time. (Unless you want to be, of course. Love is nice.) A 2-storey townhouse tucked away at the back of the complex, it's not only giving you privacy but some very pretty outlooks as well. Lean into the oasis vibes of the palm trees that greets you at the front of the complex and replicate it in your own courtyard. Install a hammock, get horizontal, and sip a cocktail or two in peace. Or indulge your green thumb and plant out the garden beds with your fave flowers. But, look, if you're not outdoorsy there's plenty to love inside too. The neat-as-a-pin presentation makes it easy to simply move in and feel right at ease. Embrace the original stylings of the kitchen and bathroom and add a comfy velvet couch, macrame plant holders, and a record player to the living area to make this home your haven after a long day. The bedrooms upstairs will also welcome your retro décor of choice (lava lamp, anyone?) or you can embrace modernity and give the whole lot a bit of a makeover sometime. But there's no rush. You'll have plenty of time to think it over once you're comfortably ensconced in this charmer.

Location-wise, you can choose to be part of the action of Mount Lawley or tuck yourself away while still enjoying the convenience of this great suburb. Whether you pick mingling or hibernation on any given day, you'll never need to fret over food or be in desperate need of a drink. Everything's nearby. Secondeli (700m), Lady Annie (650m) or SoHo Lane (800m) will have you sorted for coffee and brekky whether you're solo or feeling social, while Le Rebelle (650m) and Testun (650m) will get you out of the house with your favourite folk. Want to be in the thick of things but without the pressure of constant conversation? The Astor (700m) has an endless parade of music, comedy, and theatre to indulge in. And – speaking of indulgence – don't forget that Mount Lawley is a hotspot for treats such as bagels, cinny scrolls, cupcakes, and donuts. Choosing the best ones in town? Well, it's a tough gig but we reckon you can tackle that project on your own time. Just remember to pace yourself.

Ready to retreat (just a little)?

Hit Natalie up now (call or email). Or rock up to the home open.


Buyers from Early - Mid $400K's are encouraged to come and inspect the property with all offers presented as received on or before the campaign end date of 5:00pm Wednesday the 1st of May 2024 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR). The seller reserves the right to accept an offer prior to the campaign end date.

Lot Size: 75sqm
Build Year: Circa 1977
Council Rates: $1,517.29 per annum approximately
Water Rates: $1,072.43 per annum approximately
Strata Rates: $500.25 per quarter approximately


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Natalie Hoye
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