THE front of this home is quintessential Mt Lawley.
There’s a leafy verge tree, a white picket fence, and a cute 1920s cottage with a gorgeous verandah and lead light front door.
But inside this three bedroom, one bathroom home has all the mod cons.
As you walk down the wide central hallway you enter an open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area with a neutral colour scheme, high ceilings and a bank of bi-fold doors, letting in plenty of natural light.
I love the polished jarrah floorboards in this house, and they really set off the lounge.
The kitchen is an absolute stunner – dark wooden cupboards and black SMEG appliances contrast beautifully with white stone benchtops and wall-mounted cabinets.
A fish scale splash back breaks up the monochrome design, and rounding things off is a cute breakfast bar with overhead industrial-style lights.
The bold design really catches your eye. Pull back the wide bank of bi-fold doors in the lounge and head out to the superb alfresco.
This large area is really an extra living space with a high roof, ceiling fan, downlights and weather proof electric blinds.
There’s even a wall-mounted TV for watching The Eagles (or Dockers!) when the AFL finally resumes.
This is a great, all-year-round entertaining area and I could imagine sitting out here in winter with a nice bowl of homemade soup. The alfresco overlooks a low-maintenance courtyard-style garden with small garden beds and bore reticulation.
Keeping your clothes clean won’t be too much of a chore in the huge laundry, which has bi-fold doors overlooking the neat back garden. There’s also a second toilet in here. All three bedrooms have polished jarrah floorboards and plantation shutters, with the semi-ensuite main including walk-in robes and air conditioning.
The colour scheme in the main bathroom is similar to the kitchen, with black subway tiles contrasting with crips white walls and grey tiled floors. Again it works really well. The luxurious main bathroom feels spacious and has a free-standing bath, shower, double vanities and a heated floor and towel rail. Parking won’t be an issue as the house has a carport with an electric door, and there’s room for a couple of more cars on the driveway.
Situated on a 401sqm block on Fourth Avenue, this home is close to Hamer Park, Mount Lawley Primary and High schools and ECU. Beaufort Street is also within walking distance.
127 Fourth Avenue, Mount Lawley
ACTON Mt Lawley 9272 2488
Agent Carlos Lehn 0478 927 017