SUMMER PARTIES HOME
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.