EN­JOY A TOUCH OF FRENCH FLAIR

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - RESIDENTIAL -

LARGE house-sized spa­ces and the con­ve­nience and se­cu­rity of apart­ment liv­ing have come to­gether in this pri­vate Euro­peanin­spired town­house.

The dou­ble-storey res­i­dence, which was built in 1995, is in a small com­plex be­hind re­mote-con­trolled se­cu­rity gates at the end of a tree-lined street on the bor­der with South Perth.

“It is in a great lo­ca­tion, con­ve­nient to trans­port and ameni­ties, and on a quiet street,” sell­ing agent James Thomp­son said.

“It has a great com­mu­nity feel, with mainly owner-oc­cu­pier neigh­bours.”

In­side the home, there is 127sq m of light­drenched liv­ing and en­ter­tain­ing ar­eas, in­clud­ing a for­mal din­ing area with high ceil­ings, a spa­cious lounge room with di­rect court­yard ac­cess, and a coun­try-style kitchen with break­fast bar over­look­ing the en­try.

There is also a charm­ing north-fac­ing al­fresco en­ter­tain­ing area, rem­i­nis­cent of French coun­try­side cafes and ideal for host­ing friends and fam­ily for get-to­geth­ers.

Up­stairs are two large bed­rooms – the mas­ter with his-and-her built-in robes, en­suite and ex­clu­sive ac­cess to two bal­conies, while the sec­ond bed­room is dou­ble-sized with built-in robes and ser­viced by the main bath­room.

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