Block size: 543 m² approx.House size: 269 m² approx.
A FAMILY PARADISE WITH VIEWS & A POOL!
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Perched high on the hill of one of the areas most desirable streets and boasting panoramic views from Optus Stadium to the City, this immaculate double-storey home has space in all the right places.
A commanding street presence and inviting 12m frontage set the tone for the quality which awaits you inside. Recently renovated to a detailed and demanding specification, with formal and informal living spaces and generous accommodation on both levels, the cleverly designed floor plan provides privacy and independence, ideal for every family dynamic.
A magnificent designer kitchen is the centrepiece of the home, with granite benchtops, a full complement of Miele appliances, ample storage and preparation space and a plumbed double-fridge recess. All your culinary senses will be on full alert here.
Outside, entertainers will enjoy the private undercover alfresco deck boasting uninterrupted views across the treetops from the hills to the city. Venture further and you'll discover a low-maintenance poolside paradise, with plenty of room for children and pets to play. The hardest part about living here will be getting your friends to leave.
Naturally, features throughout are exemplary and the inclusions you have come to expect in a home of this calibre, such as ducted and zoned reverse cycle air conditioning, a double lock-up garage, automatic reticulation and NBN connectivity, have all been incorporated. There's nothing left to do here but move in, unpack and enjoy.
Kensington is one of Perth's most tightly held suburbs and with record-low supply and insatiable demand for quality family homes, this is sure to be popular. Be quick, because the only luxury not on offer here, is time!
Internal Area | 269 m² Land Area | 543 m² Parking | Double garage plus two car bays (off-street)
City of South Perth | $2936 pa Water Corporation | $1573 pa
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