Fit for a bard

THERE’S more to this Leederville home than you think, and like Dr Who’s Tardis it seems to go on forever.

The neat, compact brick exterior is deceptive, and it’s not until you wander down the long hall and discover a huge open-plan kitchen/dining/family area that you realize how big this home really is.

By then you will have passed the theatre room, study and two of the three bedrooms, including the carpeted main with walk-in-robe and semi-en suite.

Honey-gold timber shimmers underfoot during the seemingly long trek to the living areas, where you’ll find freshly painted white walls in the bright and airy space.

French doors provide access to what could be a spacious fourth bedroom, or a games or hobby room.

There’s an appealing openness to the kitchen, which has loads of bench space and a breakfast bar, and looks out across the family room.

The kitchen also has plenty of drawers, a walk-in-pantry and Miele oven.

Outside, a sprawling alfresco area is protected by a triple-peaked roof, making it an appealing space to park a tardis – or perhaps compose the odd sonnett.

The garden is somewhat minimalist, but a stretch of grass and high fences are the foundations for something lush and gorgeous.

The double garage has a generous work/storage area and the home is fitted with a ducted vacuum system and reverse-cycle air-con.

Aranmore College and the Leederville Tafe campus are a block away from this Shakespeare Road home, and it’s a 10-minute walk to Leederville’s entertainment area and the Mt Hawthorn’s cafe stip.


15 Shakespeare Road, Leederville
Basil Fogliani
0418 925 155
Edison Residential Property
9201 9800

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