Classic appeal

THERE’S a classical air to this Mount Lawley home.

From the polished jarrah floors and staircase to the carpeted lounge and brick facade, everything has a real sense of understated style and class.

There’s no garish marble columns or statues of Greek Gods in the garden and everything has been done with taste and refinement.

But there’s also great flexibility in this four bedroom two bathroom home with several formal and informal living areas and a seperate study (or fourth bedroom).

The Voice really likes the hallway; the polished jarrah pops against the white walls and there’s a lovely high ceiling and light fitting in front of the main door.

The formal lounge is another cracker and reminds me of some of the well-to-do houses I would frequent as a youth, growing up in the UK.

Cream carpets complement the classic couch and armchairs, while the dark wood on the French doors have a stately feel and let in plenty of natural light.

The open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area is very pleasant with the u-shaped kitchen super bright and airy thanks to the white benchtops, storage cabinets and subway tiles. There’s also a little extra window in here, ensuring it’s not gloomy come winter.

There’s two living areas on the ground floor and a study/fourth bedroom, so plenty of space for a growing family.

The main ensuite bedroom and another two bedrooms are upstairs. 

The main is spacious and bright with built-in robes, while the others share a bathroom, so no annoying trips downstairs in the middle of the night.

Another highlight is the lovely back garden, which has a large sheltered patio overlooking a pretty courtyard with raised garden beds.

There’s also a verandah at the front of the house, with space for another table and seating, giving you plenty of outdoor areas to choose from.

The front also has a lovely little manicured garden with shrubs and small trees.

The home includes a powered workshop, solar panels, ducted reverse cycle A/C, downstairs powder room and secure undercover parking behind electric door and additional driveway space.

Situated on a whopping 456sqm (green-titled full block) on Clifton Crescent, you are in a lovely sought-after pocket west of Beaufort Street and in between Regent Street and First Avenue.

This is a lovely family home with a classic sense of style and plenty of living areas.

Mid $1m’s
52 Clifton Crescent, Mount Lawley
Beaucott Property 9272 2488
Agent Carlos Lehn 0478 927 017

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