Built in 1936, this perfectly proportioned house, filled with gorgeous original architectural flourishes, sits right in the heart of Nedlands. And buying it could be your next best decision ever.
The three bedroom, two bathroom home welcomes visitors off the quiet street with a mature front garden, driveway leading to single garage and an entrance portico. The cream walls and black wooden highlights make for a striking statement on the street, and the promise of this delightful 80-year old house doesn’t disappoint once you’re inside.
Solid black butt timber floors lead the eye down a hallway, with a sitting room to the left, still complete with original architectural features, like a ceiling rose and recesses ready to house the resident book worm’s collection. Windows to the front garden make this a bright space to spend time. On the other side of the hallway, the main bedroom suite, with large built-in mirrored wardrobes and a window seat, is generously proportioned and again, a sunny room to enjoy.
Follow the hallway down and you’ll find an elegant dining room, with original lead-decorated windows and additional architectural features, including a ceiling feature in the style of Georgian designer, Robert Adam.
The kitchen, all white and chrome, has plenty of well-conceived storage and cupboard space, including a pantry-style floor to ceiling cupboard next to a large recess for a US-style fridge. There’s room too for a dishwasher, microwave and there’s an inbuilt gas hob and oven. Right next door there’s a laundry and additional shower and WC.
Double glass and wood back doors lead out onto an inviting wooden deck, with an outdoor sink and BBQ; outdoor entertaining will be a breeze. The lawn and paved garden has plenty of room for children to explore, and there are many mature plants already in place, including a tree offering shade.
Back inside, there are two additional bedrooms, carpeted throughout, one with additional built in wardrobe space, the other with French window doors out onto the garden. There’s a family bathroom too, with a shower and WC, and tiled throughout.
This is a house with the potential to wow its new occupants – the original architectural features, the warm, dark wooden floors and the location, just moments away from Hampden Roads cafes and restaurants combine to make this lovely home a keeper.
Built in 1936
Block size – 455sqm
Front and rear gardens, mature planting, lawn and paved areas
Many original architectural features and solid timber floors
Nearby schools – Hollywood Primary School (Govt).
**Note there is a currently tenancy agreement in place
For further information or to express your interest, please phone Adam or Emma.