Brick beauty 

THE exterior of this Bayswater home has lovely mixed brickwork.

It’s like some urban, middle class mosaic, built on a grand scale for a nuclear family.

I do like the overall effect and it’s a welcome change from the prosaic renders you get on most modern abodes.

Built not that long ago, this three bedroom two bathroom home has some lovely high ceilings and top quality finishes.

Maybe it’s the neutral colour scheme and clean, uncluttered lines, but there’s a relaxed and welcoming feel.

The hub of the home is the open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area, which has lots of space and charm.

Whipping up meals in the kitchen will be a cinch with the six-burner gas cooktop and built-in pantry. There’s loads of bench space and a double sink and breakfast bar.

The mixed brickwork continues out the back where there is a cute, sheltered alfresco and some extra high raised garden beds.

Accessed via sliding glass doors in the lounge, the alfresco is a nice spot for evening drinks and a cup of coffee on a Sunday morning.

The three bedrooms are bright and airy, and all have excellent built-in storage.

As are both bathrooms with high-end fittings.

This no-strata fee home includes Daiken ducted reverse cycle AC throughout, reticulated gardens, a laundry, Crimsafe security doors, and a double garage with storage and additional driveway parking.

Situated on a quiet rear block on King Street, you are within walking distance of Bayswater train station, neighbourhood bar King Somm, Drip Expresso and Bayswater and St Columba’s primary schools.

Come the weekend enjoy a relaxing cycle or walk at the nearby Riverside Gardens and Swan River.

This is a well-priced, modern house in a good locale.

From $589,000
73B King William Street, Bayswater
ACTON Mt Lawley 9272 2488
Carlos Lehn 0416 206 736 

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