Dizzy heights 

I’m very jealous of the man cave in this glitzy Claisebrook Village townhouse.

Technically it’s a guest/spare bedroom on the third floor, but it’s clearly been requisitioned for rocking out with guitars, amps, a keyboard, turntable and records.

And while you’re head banging and playing the blistering solo to Stairway to Heaven, you can gaze out the window at the Optus Stadium and city skyline, giving the impression you are playing a rooftop gig with The Beatles.

This man cave is the jewel in the crown of this three bedroom two bathroom townhouse, which despite its location and quality is priced at under $1 million, making it a really good buy.

First impressions count and this three level abode has a lovely facade with a cream render and jet-black railings, trims and window frames.

The open plan lounge/dining room/kitchen on the first level is a beauty with light wooden floors creating a feeling of space and light.

The kitchen is especially chic with a black splash back offsetting stainless steel appliances and gorgeous natural wood cabinets and drawers.

There’s a decent island bench as well and enough room for a round four-seater dining table.

Sometimes I’m put off townhouses by the lack of outdoor space, but this one has a spacious first floor courtyard with plenty of room for a dining table, water feature and potted plants.

It’s a lovely private spot and is perfect for meals in the summer and entertaining, or if you are one of the few people left on the planet who still smoke.

In a glamorous touch, the courtyard has a retractable remote-controlled awning, making it an all-year-round spot.

Walk up the stylish staircase to the second floor, where you’ll find the master ensuite and second bedrooms.

After enjoying a spa bath in the ensuite head out to the bedroom balcony, where you can relax with a coffee and the papers.

There’s another bathroom on this level and both bedrooms have built-in robes.

This 217sqm property built in 2005 includes two secure undercover parking bays, seperate laundry, evaporative air con and gas bayonet point.

It has been well maintained and is leased periodically for $650 per week, and there’s the option to move in with vacant possession.

Situated on Boans Lane, it’s around the corner from the Royal Street Precinct and Claisebrook Train Station, and a short walk from Optus Stadium and Elizabeth Quay.

Offers From $929,000
6 Boans Lane, East Perth
Realestate88 6269 2288
Agent Brendon Habak 0423 200 400 

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