Hard to see from the street is the exquisite facade, with it’s tuck-pointed brickwork, leadlight front door, casement windows and a beautiful veranda. Inside, following the typical floorplan of the era, a central hallway opens on both sides to 4 well-proportioned rooms each having features of The Arts and Craft movement (Art Nouveau) a style that is more simplistic, less exuberant than the fussy Victorian era. To the left is the kitchen and on the other side the bathroom, leading to the ‘sleep out’ at the rear and an activity room. The kitchen and bathroom have had an update over the years, however, on the whole overall this is an opportunity to be creative without the expense of removing someone else’s catastrophes.
Sitting comfortably over the years on its original 674sqm plot of land there is so much scope here, it’s the perfect property to create your ‘masterpiece.’ Something that would have changed since the early 1900’s is the location. The original owners would have a bit of a culture shock to see all the changes in the area.
Now, this is an exciting area to live, right on the borders of both Inglewood and Mount Lawley. There are schools, shops and parks close by, an amazing choice of cafes and restaurants. Best of all it’s close to the railway station, for quick trips to the city, stress-free access to the new football stadium, or concerts in West Perth.
What is it they say about ‘location, location, location!
* 3 well-proportioned bedrooms OR 2 well-proportioned bedrooms and a formal lounge
* 1 Bathroom
* Large eat-in kitchen
* Activity room
* Jarrah floors
* High ceilings
* Original windows
* Leadlight Entry
* Tuck pointed brickwork
* Front verandah
* Beautiful open fireplaces
* Picture rails and high skirting.
Council Rate = $1798.03 approx. per annum
Water Rates = $1208.09 approx. per annum