GORGEOUS blue forget-me-nots are immortalised in the stained glass windows and doors of this Mt Lawley abode.
Built in the early 1900s, a lifetime of memories are no doubt imbued in the walls of this three-bedroom family home.
A tall hedging of trees and creepers make the front garden a private green sanctuary.
In the original section of the home are the bedrooms, and a spacious central lounge with an ornate cast iron fireplace and stained glass window.
With a massive family room next door, it could easily become a fourth bedroom.
French doors and two huge windows ensure plenty of natural light in the open-plan, which has a terracotta tiled floor and is a great area for parties.
Next door the kitchen has the same tiles, American oak cupboards and drawers, and a large preparation area.
What looks like a walk-in-pantry is a powder room-cum-laundry.
French doors off the family room lead to a huge, sheltered alfresco with dining and sitting areas.
Sitting on 632sqm, there’s grass for the kids to play on and plenty of shady trees in the bore-reticulated garden.
An attractive timber-door double garage is accessed from a lane at the rear of the property.
Situated on Central Avenue, directly across the road is a pleasant little cafe and there are lots of shops and restaurants a short drive away.
This lovely family home is within walking distance of the popular Mt Lawley Senior High School and Edith Cowan University.
by JENNY D’ANGER
183 Central Avenue,
offers in the $900,000s
0419 928 467
0405 812 273
Bellcourt Mt Lawley