Impressive isn’t it! I mean who doesn’t love a 1926 built Bungalow, it seems so Australian. This one in particular ticks so many boxes. The stone facade slightly elevated from the road has a grand feel. As you step up onto the porch and overlook the front yard it already seems to have that homely touch.
Inside the home, beautifully restored Jarrah floors flow through the hallways, living, kitchen and master bedroom. The white walls contrast perfectly against the timber floors and the decorative cornice and ceiling roses add that touch of class. The newly installed kitchen makes the most of the space and also includes a dishwasher although the outlook from the kitchen window might mean you’ll be happy to wash those dishes by hand. The renovated bathroom has got some style with the keeping of the original floor tying in perfectly with the new white wall tiles and all being complimented by black taps and the floating vanity with a stone top.
If you’re wondering about heating and cooling this place has you covered with ducted reverse cycle a/c and gas heating. The master bedroom has built in cupboards while the hallway also has a built-in cupboard allowing for ample linen storage.
Ok people so there are back yards and then there are BACK YARDS! I tell you; this yard is phenomenal. It’s what an Australian back yard should be, you know oodles of space, lush green grass and an enormous Golden Elm that stretches fence to fence. Yes, this does mean tyre swings! The best part of it is the landscaping has made the beautiful tree the feature with an entertaining space directly underneath. Other features to the backyard are the original out door toilet, chicken coop, a separate fenced area ideal for the veggie garden and the old iron shed with barn doors.
This place offers so much flexibility, comfortably live in and enjoy this property as it is or make the most of its charm and space and extend.
The options are endless.
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