Lovingly held by the current owners for over 55 years this majestic federation design is a wonderful example of the charm and character of its era. The home was constructed in the 1920s “interwar” period and sits on a huge 1,196m2 of land with an R20 zoning on a highly sought after corner site location. The solid brick structure is strategically positioned with an elevated aspect to highlight the sweeping front and side timber verandahs, decorative laced balustrading and arched central front entrance flanked by multi-paned French doors. The internal floorplan has a mix of features popular with Californian Bungalows including high decorative ceilings, multiple large living spaces, wide timber boards, 4 oversized bedrooms and 2 bathrooms filled with options for the new owner to modernise and create your dream family home.
The rear gardens are bathed in northern light and filled with lush grass lined with fruit trees and natural flora. The backyard is the perfect blank canvass to extend the current residence with ample room for a pool and play area for the kids and family pets alike. The double carport, store area and workshop are tucked around the corner and can stay or go as they are outside of the original Heritage listed dwelling. The home also features reverse cycle ducted a/c throughout, a purpose built wine cellar in the basement and a fully operational bore.
Surrounded by Perth’s best schools and within walking distance to Claremont Quarter with its shops, cafés, restaurants and specialty stores this home must be inspected to be fully appreciated.
Council rates: $2,722.45 p/a approx.
Water rates: $1,890.00 p/a approx.