MANY WILL LIKE CHAR­AC­TER HOME

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - RESIDENTIAL -

ONE of Kens­ing­ton’s finest homes is now avail­able for a new family to fall in love with.

Sell­ing agent Lee Rid­dell said the char­ac­ter home’s beau­ti­ful street pres­ence made it well­known among locals.

“Ev­ery­one seems to know about this home in Kens­ing­ton,” he said.

“Only 10 years old, it would suit a family with spa­cious bed­rooms, a pool and po­ten­tial for cre­at­ing a sec­ond storey which would fea­ture views of the city.”

All the charm­ing pe­riod fea­tures you would ex­pect are here, in­clud­ing the white picket fence, spa­cious ve­randa, lead­light glass, high ceil­ings and pol­ished floor­boards.

A long hall­way down the cen­tre of the home leads through french doors to the open-plan liv­ing area with sep­a­rate lounge room and din­ing space, which fea­tures plenty of win­dows with blinds.

The kitchen matches tim­ber bench­tops with white cab­i­netry and in­cludes a break­fast bar, qual­ity ap­pli­ances, mi­crowave nook, ap­pli­ance cup­board with power points and a pantry.

Sum­mer en­ter­tain­ing is made easy with the rear deck over­look­ing the pool and a big lawn per­fect for kids’ play equip­ment.

For en­ter­tain­ing in the cooler months, there is ex­tra space in the for­mal front lounge room with a fea­ture fire­place.

The mas­ter has an en­suite and walk-in robe, while bed­rooms two and three both have built in robes. There is a fourth bed­room or study at the front of the home.

“The 678sq m block is on a hill close to the city, Crown Perth, the new football sta­dium and cafes and restau­rants on Al­bany High­way,” Mr Rid­dell said. tim­ber vene­tian

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