Stirling Times - - Residential -

HAV­ING held decades of par­ties and fam­ily gath­er­ings and seen chil­dren and grand­chil­dren grow, this orig­i­nal ’60s home has some sto­ries to tell.

Sell­ing agent David Lynch said the own­ers Bob and Meryl built the home on 728sq m in 1965.

“The home has been the lo­ca­tion for wed­dings, 18ths, 21sts and brought up three kids,” he said.

“The built-in bar has hosted many a yarn and a good time as well as Green Light Night - if the green light was on, friends and neigh­bours knew the bar was open and would come on round.

“There are also built-in speak­ers in the liv­ing, which they would plug a key­board into and en­ter­tain the party with a few tunes.”

The bar and liv­ing are just in­side the en­trance, per­fect for par­ties, with wood-fired heater, ceil­ing fan and padded win­dow seat.

A con­nect­ing arch leads from the liv­ing to the for­mal din­ing room, so guests can easily move through to din­ner.

The gal­ley-style kitchen is be­hind and also fea­tures a gar­den win­dow over­look­ing the back­yard.

You will be spend­ing sum­mer out­side, with the ex­ten­sive north-fac­ing cov­ered al­fresco with trop­i­cal plant­ing, spa and over­look­ing the pool.

Two bed­rooms have ex­ten­sive builtin robes plus an en­suite in the master and there is a study that could be a third bed­room.

Un­der the home are garages plus a work­shop and lots of stor­age.

“Meryl loves walk­ing to Trigg Beach through the nearby bush­land and Kar­rinyup Shop­ping Cen­tre for shop­ping,” Mr Lynch said.

Also close by is Dean­more Pri­mary School and St Mary’s Angli­can Girls’ School, bus routes to Scar­bor­ough Beach and Stir­ling Sta­tion and the free­way is easily ac­ces­si­ble.

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