An effortless combination of character and contemporary style create a captivating ambiance from the moment you arrive at this superbly renovated 1950's home.
Secluded behind a private wall and secure gates, it's what awaits inside this surprisingly spacious, single level abode that will impress you most.
Over 150m2 of light-filled leisure and living space includes a magnificent open plan lounge and dining area, highlighted by unmistakable period features and irresistible modern finishes. A striking central kitchen with Caesar stone benchtops, signature black tiles and European appliances is the centerpiece of this one of a kind, executive family home.
Accommodation comprises three generous bedrooms, all boasting crisp white plantation shutters, one with floor-to-ceiling built-in robes and another with a large walk-in robe. Two separate bathrooms each have stone benchtops and quality feature tiling throughout, and the main even has an ample bath for those with young children. This cleverly designed and well thought out abode will befit almost every family dynamic.
Outside, this home will surprise and delight you. Manicured, easy care gardens frame the entrance and a lush, reticulated front lawn provides a welcome retreat for your four-legged friends. A private, undercover and decked alfresco at the rear of the home is the perfect setting for year round entertaining.
Enviably located just 300 metres from the vibrant Preston Street restaurant and retail precinct, where you'll find a myriad of celebrated cafes and eateries, the iconic Cygnet Cinema and an IGA supermarket. Stroll a further 200 metres and you'll be standing on the shore overlooking Melville Waters, where the yachts dance across the river and the sun sets behind the South of Perth Yacht Club. This is a truly unique and unrepeatable location.
If it is a convenient and cosmopolitan lifestyle you seek, you have found your Nirvana. All that's left for you to do is move in, unpack and enjoy!
For further details and inspection arrangements, please contact James Thompson or Robert Sain from the James Thompson Team, today.