Ringing the bell for Sexton

MUST be a South Fremantle supporter,” I thought as I clocked the white walls and bold red stairs in this Inglewood home.

With four-bedrooms and two bathroom there’s room for a junior team, and plenty of grass on this 562sqm block for a kick-about.

Leadlight windows, ornate cornices and and aged chocolate-brown jarrah floorboards reflect this home’s 1950s vintage.

Matching jarrah floors add a touch of class to the sprawling open plan, a modern space with high ceilings and north-facing bifold doors.

In the kitchen, corner windows spill natural light onto the white benchtops.

Whipping up a feast would be a breeze here, with a huge island breakfast bar, a massive double pantry and a gleaming 900mm oven and cooktop.

Peel back the bifold doors to access the covered alfresco and invite the whole team around for a party.

The patio has water and gas plumbing for a barbecue kitchen, and while the snags are cooking there’s the garden to play in.

The bedrooms form a separate “wing”, where the spacious main has a walk-in-robe and ensuite with an antique, marble-topped vanity.

Situated on the leafy Sexton Street, St Peters Primary school is literally around the corner and the Beaufort Street strip is a pleasant 15-minute walk away.

by JENNY D’ANGER

66 Sexton Street, Inglewood
EOI over $1.09 million
Natalie Hoye 0405 812 273
Bellcourt Property Group 6141 7848

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