Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - RESIDENTIAL -

OVER­LOOK­ING the lush green park­lands of the Mackie Street Re­serve is this well-main­tained town­house with more than 220sq m of liv­ing space.

Own­ers Ka­t­rina and Neil bought it as an in­vest­ment prop­erty in 2004 and re­cently up­dated the home with fresh paint and new car­pets and cur­tains.

“This has helped up­lift the vibe of the prop­erty to make it a light, bright and invit­ing space to live in,” they said.

“The town­house was built in 1994 and has been well main­tained, with strata re­cently paint­ing the ex­ter­nal bal­conies, fenc­ing and fa­cias of the com­plex.”

The prop­erty is close to Vic­to­ria Park’s cafe precinct and in walk­ing dis­tance of schools and parks.

On the ground floor is the main liv­ing area, a spa­cious and airy open-plan space with room for ev­ery­day liv­ing and en­ter­tain­ing.

This area is joined by a kitchen with an abun­dance of bench space, tiled floors and a break­fast bar.

“The large liv­ing area over­looks the front court­yard and park­lands, cre­at­ing a tran­quil sur­round­ing that is of­ten hard to find in the in­ner city,” Ka­t­rina and Neil said.

“The sep­a­rate din­ing area or sec­ond liv­ing area is drenched in sun­light, with a glass sky­light fea­ture cre­at­ing am­bi­ence and func­tion­al­ity.”

Up the tim­ber stair­case, there are three good-sized be­d­rooms with built-in robes on the top floor. The largest room has a split-sys­tem air­con­di­tioner and pri­vate ac­cess to the bal­cony.

The town­house also has two bath­rooms and a stor­age shed.

Be­long­ing to a small com­plex of eight homes, res­i­dents have two park­ing bays and are per­fectly lo­cated to make the most of easy pub­lic trans­port op­tions.

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