At ground level, gated rear access to a large under-croft double carport is simply an added bonus and has a storeroom, plus a back door into the home. Front street entry is via a keypad for peace of mind, adding extra security to a tranquil front porch and main access door to the house.
Also downstairs are two large bedrooms – both with mirrored built-in wardrobes, as well as a spacious bathroom with sleek white tiles, a generous shower, toilet and a stylish vanity. There is sliding-door access to a versatile fourth bedroom-come-study (also comprising of built-in mirrored robes), whilst an over-sized main bathroom plays host to an integrated laundry space that adds fantastic functionality to a very clever floor plan.
On the first floor, the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area is both light-filled and expansive, seamlessly extending outdoors to a huge northwest-facing sun terrace/balcony that defines secluded alfresco entertaining. The kitchen is nice and modern and boasts neutral cabinetry, a double fridge/freezer recess, a storage pantry, a pretty picture window, a dishwasher and stainless-steel 900mm-wide oven, gas-cooktop and range-hood appliances. A powder room completes the first-floor features, here.
On the top floor, a vast master-bedroom retreat leaves space for its own integrated “parents’ lounge” and features a walk-in robe, an intimate ensuite (with a bathtub, large separate shower, a toilet and twin his-and-hers vanities) and a lovely sunny balcony with magnificent 180-degree rooftop views. What an outlook.
Picturesque Subiaco Common parklands lie only footsteps away from your front door, with bus stops and Subiaco Train Station just around the corner – and Daglish Train Station also in very close proximity for extra public-transport options. When you aren’t immersed in the spectacular Jacaranda tree views along Price Street and throughout “Subi Centro”, you will be shopping at Subiaco Square, sampling one of the many local bars, cafes and restaurants on offer to you or simply absorbing the amazing north-west sunset panorama from the top balcony with drink in hand, across to the West Leederville church steeples and gorgeous Lake Monger.
Throw in a handy radius to Lords Recreation Centre, fashion boutiques, medical facilities, primary schools, Shenton College, the new Bob Hawke College, Perth Modern School, the CBD and our iconic Kings Park and this, ladies and gentlemen, is what you call position perfect. Opportunity knocks for you here – and loudly!
Other features include, but are not limited to;
• Solid timber floorboards
• Stone bench tops
• Split-system air-conditioning
• Feature ceiling cornices
• 4 visitor bays behind the car park gates and council permits are available
• Total strata area 227sqm
• Built in 2008 (approx.)