Vintage home

I WAS in a bit of a Zen mood when I walked around this delightful Third Avenue home in Mt Lawley.

There were only a few empty berths in the conspicuous wine rack in the living room, and I pondered the joy of a full rack, versus the sense of loss the gaps represented.

I could imagine discussing the cosmic implications during dinner parties, whether seated in the dining area of the open plan, or on the gorgeous alfresco deck.

Situated on a rear strata, this three-bedroom/two-bathroom home is a private retreat and the perfect entry point into the housing market.

With 376sqm, it’s also a great abode for those looking to downsize while still having a garden.

Glossy, caramel brown bamboo floors flow from the entry and formal lounge, with its study nook and bay window, to the rear of the home.

Almost floor-to-ceiling windows and doors ensure the open-plan is light filled.

The cupboards in the kitchen—a generous space with walk-in-pantry—have a slightly darker, golden hue timber-look.

Even Monday’s downpour wouldn’t deter the most zealous alfresco diner, thanks to a peaked roof, expansive timber deck and high fences.

A bank of mature trees and hedging offer further protection, and a pleasant leafy outlook, and there’s even lawn for the kids and grandkids.

At the front of the home is the main bedroom, a generous space with built-in-robes and ensuite.

Large windows look onto the front courtyard, where a small deck is protected by attractive timber and brick high fences.

There’s a great cafe just down the road and the Beaufort Street and Eighth Avenue cafe strips are a short drive away.

While the prestigious Perth College, Mt Lawley Senior High School and Edith Cowan University are in walking distance.

by JENNY D’ANGER

122a Third Avenue, Mt Lawley
EOI over $789,000
Natalie Hoye
0405 812 273
Acton Mt Lawley
9272 2488

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