About the property
Unlock the potential of this elegant 1920’s Californian Bungalow in prestigious Mount Lawley. Once the residence of the Station Master, this timeless abode now offers a unique opportunity for dual dwelling living, presenting an ideal income-generating prospect.
The upgraded floor plan reveals a total of five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and these flexible spaces are designed for both family comfort and rental potential.
The main kitchen, featuring an original Aga cooker and hand-crafted Pine cabinets, serves as the heart of this dual-purpose residence.
Now is the perfect time to move into this incredible home and be in before Christmas.
If you have children starting or already at the prestigious local schools then this move will allow your long drive to become a short walk to school and a hop skip and a jump to the train station for a stress free commute into the city,
What you can’t see from the road….
A very spacious alfresco area, with pitched roof overlooking the expansive gardens—a serene backdrop with the cheerful sounds of birds. Room for a pool or further development.
With solid stone and render facade, this home boasts an inviting ambiance from the get-go. Inside, original well maintained jarrah floorboards, ornate ceiling details including ceiling roses, picture rails and beautiful cornice, 3m high ceilings, and chandeliers create an atmosphere of sophistication and a flashback to the days gone by.
The main bedroom, complete with fireplace, and leadlight bay windows, epitomizes the charm of the era. A secondary bedroom mirrors this allure, offering its own unique appeal. Additional bedrooms at the rear grant garden views, providing a peaceful retreat.
The grand lounge and dining area, adorned with original Jarrah fireplaces and decorative jarrah beams, provide a warm and welcoming space for both occupants. French doors open to the front veranda, adding an extra touch of character and allowing access if running an office from home.
Situated on a sprawling 939 sqm block, lush gardens and an alfresco pergola offer ample outdoor space, ensuring a sense of privacy for both dwellings. The presence of rainwater tanks cater to green thumbs.
The rear extended part of this magnificent home offers a further 2 bedrooms, along with a second kitchen, laundry, and bathroom, all with raked ceilings, jarrah beams and it benefits from a separate entry perfect for a second family. This versatile retreat or guest accommodation has its own power and gas meter to facilitate separate living if desired.
1920’s elegant features grace the original front half of the home, the family bathroom has original terrazzo flooring , and then a spacious laundry area adds practicality.
A double garage and extended driveway guarantee ample parking, addressing the needs of both households. Split R/C A/C units in three of the bedrooms ensure individual climate control.
This residence not only radiates timeless charm but also positions itself as an astute investment.
The proximity to renowned schools- Perth College , Parks & Reserves, Mount Lawley Station, and the vibrant Beaufort Street precinct enhances its appeal. With the scenic Swan River foreshore just a short distance away, this property promises a lifestyle of distinction.
Seize the opportunity to transform this exquisite property into a profitable dual-dwelling haven or enjoy living in the grandeur of one.
– Circa. 1920 character home with dual dwelling potential
– Expansive 939sqm block
– Five bedrooms, three bathrooms
– Formal and casual living and dining areas for both occupants
– Original fireplaces and features
– Jarrah floorboards, skirting, door and window frames
– High ceilings throughout
– Internal alarm system
– Council Rates: approx $2500 PA
– Water Rates: Approx $1900 PA
Please connect with Jayne Mitchell by calling 0416 377 345 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a viewing at this beautiful home.
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