GRAND EN­TRY TO LUX­URY

TUS­CAN STUN­NER WITH EL­IZ­A­BETH QUAY A FERRY RIDE AWAY

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - RESIDENTIAL - Ary­lene West­lake-Jen­nings

A WEL­COM­ING Tus­can-in­spired fa­cade framed by lush Euro­pean-style gar­dens sets the scene for the pic­ture-per­fect home that is found within.

Sell­ing agent Denni Pam­ment said the qual­ity build had plenty to of­fer buy­ers from the get-go.

“The home has a stun­ning pre­sen­ta­tion and is low-main­te­nance, per­fect for pro­fes­sional cou­ples or in­vestors look­ing for a se­cure, lock-up-and-leave prop­erty,” she said.

“The free­stand­ing house is also on a green-ti­tle block lo­cated me­tres from the South Perth fore­shore and in strolling dis­tance to the ferry, which will now take you di­rect to El­iz­a­beth Quay.

“It is also close to first-class restau­rants, cafes, shops, trans­port and the CBD.”

Past the grand en­try of the 1997-built res­i­dence, the ground floor fea­tures a large liv­ing area or home of­fice, which opens out to a pri­vate court­yard.

Also on this level are the laun­dry, shop­per’s en­try from the dou­ble garage and a pow­der room.

On the middle floor is the spa­cious open-plan din­ing and lounge room, ser­viced by the well-equipped kitchen with gas cooker.

This room ex­tends out to the bal­cony, which has views over leafy Hopetoun Street. All three bed­rooms with built-in robes and the two bath­rooms are lo­cated on the top floor, in­clud­ing the mas­ter with walk-in robe, spa en­suite and bal­cony.

The home is not com­plete with­out lux­ury ex­tras such as ducted re­verse-cy­cle air­con­di­tion­ing, an in­ter­com se­cu­rity sys­tem, win­dow tint­ing, ducted vac­u­um­ing and NBN con­nec­tions.

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