This stylish three-level home personifies inner-city living.
The front door is on Dilhorn Lane, but the property goes through to Bulwer Street, opposite the HBF Stadium.
Pull up a stool on the main bedroom balcony and you can enjoy the concerts for free.
A stand of tall bamboo waves in the breeze as you head down the path to the front door of this modern abode, which has polished concrete floors on the lower level and blackbutt floorboards on the upper levels.
Two of the bedrooms and a bathroom are on the ground floor.
Both bedrooms have glass doors and a wall of louvres to capture cooling breezes wafting in from the private courtyard.
The open-plan living/dining/kitchen is in the middle section, where floor-to-ceiling stacker glass doors open onto a very generous north-facing terrace.
Protected by half-solid barriers and shade cloth, it’s a sheltered space for entertaining or enjoying an alfresco meal.
The galley-style kitchen has a large island bench/breakfast bar and stacks of storage including a large pantry.
The main bedroom on the third level has a massive window that frames the city skyline, so there’ll be no more struggling in traffic to watch the Australia Day fireworks.
This architecturally designed home is a short stroll from the Beaufort Street cafe strip, and Forrest and Jack Marks Parks and Birdwood Square are all close by. The city is a 20-minute walk away, or just six by car and eight by bike.
48B Bulwer Street, Perth
Carlos Lehn 0478 927 017
Acton Mt Lawley 9272 2488