Built circa 1925, 61 Carnarvon is the best of the past. Solidly built in brick and iron on a street front green titled block. Glorious leadlight windows, high ornate ceilings, original fireplace, polished boards, all with a modern architectural twist.
You'll be genuinely impressed as you step from the newly refurbished, light bright kitchen, through to the spacious living/dining room. This room is an architecturally considered extension, featuring vaulted P50 shadow-line ceilings. With plenty of glazing and easy access to the home's alfresco living spaces. The living room really is a show stopper. With natural slate floors that have been stripped and resealed and a carefully placed wood-fired space heater, the room has a lovely feel. Additionally there is reverse cycle air conditioning to ensure you are comfortable year 'round.
Overlooked by the dining area and incorporating a study nook (reportedly once utilised by a previous architect owner), this is a fantastic living space that you are unlikely to find in any other comparable local character home.
Two good sized bedrooms are located in the original part of the home, with the master boasting a beautiful original fireplace, and a newly installed reverse cycle wall mounted split air conditioning system.
The property is fully fenced and features a timber picket and brick pier front wall. The paved and landscaped garden beds offer low maintenance outdoor living. Perfect for locking up and getting away.
The home uniquely has a right-of-way along-side, allowing double undercover parking through an automatic garage door.
Freshly painted inside and out, with new window treatments, refurbished front and back security screens, a big garden shed for storage, new LED light fittings throughout, NBN (FTTP) and so much more.
Located perfectly to capitalize on the vibrant East Victoria Park cafe strip, you are just a stroll away from a plethora of restaurants, small bars and your favourite cafe.
Easy access to both trains and buses, make this near city home a perfect platform for getting to the City, Curtin Uni or Optus Stadium.
Move in and accessorize your new home! All the hard work has been done.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Fireplace(s),Garden,Secure Parking,Polished Timber Floor,Formal Lounge,NBN, A/C, garden, cafes, restaurants, ROW access
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