CIR­CLE STUN­NER FULL OF FEA­TURES

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Residential -

HOME­BUY­ERS look­ing to se­cure a spot in East Vic­to­ria Park’s mil­lion­aire’s row with a lock-up-and-leave res­i­dence will want to make their way down to 33 Mofflyn Cir­cle on Satur­day.

The house goes un­der the ham­mer and will no doubt at­tract keen buy­ers for its long list of fea­tures.

Owner Vic­tor Jay and his wife Tilly have lived in the home for the past 12 years and love the lo­ca­tion in par­tic­u­lar.

“It’s a se­cluded area and I would say it’s the best spot in East Vic­to­ria Park,” Vic­tor said.

“All the houses around us are mod­ern and we only get lo­cal traf­fic on the street.

“But the best part is that from our bal­cony you can see the whole park in the mid­dle of the neigh­bour­hood; it’s just so nice.”

On an el­e­vated 495sq m green-ti­tle block, the Euro­pean-inspired fa­cade is warm and invit­ing.

Past the no-mow front lawn and es­tab­lished trees, the dou­ble-door lead­light en­try throws open to re­veal a stun­ning and very con­tem­po­rary in­te­rior.

Pol­ished porce­lain tiles an­chor the cav­ernous ground floor liv­ing spa­ces, which flow ef­fort­lessly into one another.

At the front, there is a for­mal lounge that is ideal for host­ing friends and fam­ily and leads through to the open-plan kitchen/din­ing room.

Top-qual­ity fit­tings are ev­i­dent through­out, in­clud­ing the stain­less-steel cook­ing ap­pli­ances, built-in wine stor­age and de­signer light fit­tings.

Up the stairs with wrought-iron balustrade and past the chan­de­lier in the stair­well there is a sec­ond, light-filled lounge.

“This is my favourite place to sit and re­lax; it’s where I have my re­clin­ers, big 65-inch TV and Bose sur­round sound sys­tem,” Vic­tor said.

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