Lovingly maintained and updated 1960's classic home in a magnificent inner-city locale!
Set on a 414 sqm Street front lot in this highly sought-after precinct, this lovely 3 bedroom brick and tiled original residence offers a wonderful charm, coupled with tasteful upgrades that will deliver a tranquil and comfortable lifestyle for the discerning home buyer!
Situated only minutes to the Perth CBD, this exquisite location is within walking to the Crown Entertainment complex and Optus Stadium and set in close proximity to Swan River, bus and train transport, schools, entertainmnet, recreational facilities and all the quality amenities this prestigious suburb has to offer!
Well presented, comfortable and secure, the solid home oozes a light and bright ambience and boasts many desirable features including: - - Large formal lounge room - Jarrah timber floorboards throughout - Freshly painted throughout - Modern kitchen with overhead cupboards - Blanco free standing stainless-steel cooker - Meals/dining area adjacent to kitchen - 3 Spacious bedrooms with ceiling fans - Upgraded bathroom - 2 Toilets - Ample storage and linen space - In-built gas heating - In wall air conditioning - Secure gated rear car parking - Security doors and security alarm system - Easy care gardens and entertaining areas
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