Situated at the end of a quiet parkland cul-de-sac, is this stylishly renovated and light filled green title townhouse in funky Leederville.
With neutral hues and timber floating floors, it sets the tone to a tastefully, renovated space, with a modern kitchen, a gorgeous bathroom, this contemporary 3 x 1 with downstairs powder room and laundry, is set to please.
There are two great outdoor living areas, the front courtyard is spacious and secure and the back yard with a decked, covered alfresco area is private, quiet and just perfect for entertaining.
Downstairs boasts an airy, bright and open plan lounge and dining area with split system air conditioning, and a laundry/ walk-in pantry and powder room. In pristine condition, the kitchen boasts stone bench tops, dishwasher, convection cooktop, and oven, plenty of storage and enough bench space to entice your inner chef.
Upstairs you will find three well-sized bedrooms, all with ceiling fans and AC to bed one and three. The master has a walk-in robe and Juliet balcony with parkland vista. The bathroom is fully renovated with floor to ceiling tiles and huge walk-in shower. You will not want for storage space either, with an 18m2 attic storage space with pull down stairs!
All situated within walking distance to Leederville's wonderful cafe and restaurant precinct, public transport and a stone throw to Mount Hawthorn's great shopping and cafe scene! This is not only an affordable lifestyle choice, but it could also be a fantastic investment for your future with solid rental returns and not a cent to spend on Strata fees.
Location -Half way between Leederville and Mount Hawthorn- best of both! -Britannia reserve a short walk -Lake Monger 2.4km - Pappagallo, Tentazioni, Three Sister's vietnamese, Re-Store 700m -Nearest bus stop 180m (No. 15) -CBD 4.2KM -Leederville train station 1.4KM
Water rates $1591.38 PA Council rates $1583.28 PA
Internal space approx 108m2 Total 146m2
First home open Saturday Sat 6th March 9.45am-10.30am Contact Claire to register 0411406312
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