Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - RESIDENTIAL -

WITH its luxury fin­ishes, beau­ti­ful in­te­ri­ors and ver­sa­tile floor plan, it might sur­prise buy­ers to know this home was orig­i­nally built in 1983.

Ex­pect fea­ture arch­ways, or­nate cor­nic­ing and high skirt­ing boards an­chored by a dec­o­ra­tive colour scheme through­out the north-fac­ing res­i­dence.

The lucky own­ers have lived here for 18 years now, choos­ing the prop­erty for its unique­ness and el­e­gance.

“It is a Euro­pean mas­ter­piece and ahead of the game in re­gards to fa­cil­i­ties: a tennis court, sauna, swim­ming pool and beau­ti­ful gar­dens with cas­cad­ing wa­ter­falls,” one of the own­ers said.

“We looked at many prop­er­ties and no other had the Euro­pean feel that we wanted.”

The street­front town­house has a won­der­ful am­bi­ence, with dou­ble­door en­try throw­ing open to un­veil tim­ber floors, for­mal liv­ing spa­ces, open-plan fam­ily ar­eas and french doors to the light-filled gar­dens.

“We love the front court­yard; a place of seren­ity, calm­ness and tran­quil­ity with the sound of run­ning wa­ter from the foun­tain,” the owner said.

Break­fast will take a fresh per­spec­tive in the con­ser­va­tory meals area, while the kitchen will im­press with unique de­sign.

Tucked away up­stairs is the spa­cious mas­ter bed­room with pri­vate bal­cony, en­suite and mez­za­nine-level of­fice.

There are also two mi­nor bed­rooms, as well as park­ing for two cars.

“We have en­joyed liv­ing in one of the best streets in South Perth and can hear the church bells ev­ery Sun­day morn­ing,” the owner said.

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