This stunning home is ready for its new family! If you are looking for the perfect property in Curtin, you can't go past 26 Cockburn Street. There is so much to love, from the tasteful renovations right through to the perfectly oriented courtyard.
Nestled in a lovely quiet loop street, this delightful property offers everything you could ask for in a spacious family home. Boasting 4 bedrooms, all with built-in robes, and a master suite with a lovely sunny ensuite including a full bath. Two large living areas are perfect for the growing family, and the separate study makes working from home an absolute delight. The kitchen is sure to please, and with a separate dining area and expansive living areas, you'll have dinner parties to remember!
In the summer, a number of established trees shade the home, making the courtyard a magnet for entertaining and creating family memories. In the winter, the trees lose their leaves allowing the sun to stream into the home though large floor to ceiling windows, making the best possible use of what nature has to offer. The front garden is perfectly landscaped to ensure that something is always in bloom and the rear garden is easily maintained and fully fenced, perfect for those requiring privacy or with young children. Inbuilt seating in the courtyard and bi-fold doors create seamless living spaces and a home that is easy to live in.
Packed with designer features, such as split level living and an elegant recessed balustrade, you'll be delighted with the relaxed elegance this property offers. We expect a lot of interest in this property, as we haven't seen such a lovely home come on to the market in Curtin for many years.
- Quiet and peaceful retreat - Separate master suite, with ensuite and bath - Attached tandem garage - Extended and extensively renovated - Split level, perfectly oriented to make use of light - Separate study - Ducted gas heating, evaporative cooling - Tightly held neighbourhood - Walk to Curtin Primary School and Curtin shops
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