COUNTRY LIVING ON THE BORDER OF WEMBLEY DOWNS/CITY BEACH
Designed for those who love a rustic charm this home is a private sanctuary, country style, open plan living over two levels and a short stroll to the beach.
Situated in the leafy suburb of Wembley Downs on the border of City Beach this funky north facing home has been a sanctuary for this family for many years. Well elevated and situated back from the road this home provides a number of opportunities for the savvy buyer including retaining the current home with loads of character or possibly the chance to start again and build your dream home across the beautiful 696m2 block.
Surrounded by leafy green gardens this home is the perfect place to escape. The lower level consists of a spacious lounge with a fireplace and dining area. Older style kitchen with gas cooking and dishwasher. The upper level consists of two bedrooms, the second with walk in robes and a separate bathroom. The second living area is perfect for a lounge/tv room or games room for the kids.
The second story floods with natural light from the north and comprises of a master bedroom with built in robes and a study.
This sought after location is not to be missed, 1km from the beach, 16 minutes to Perth CBD, walking distance to Holy Spirit Primary School, close to Hale School, Wembley Downs Primary and Churchlands Senior High School.
Close to Ocean Village Shopping Centre, The Boulevard Shopping Centre and Wembley Downs Shopping Centre.
Shire Rates: $2,492.83
Water Rates: 1,245.89
To view call Benjamin Courtis on 0407 474 718, Gail Courtis on 0418 918 955 or Brett Deane on 0400 300 674
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