Taste­ful ter­race in the heart of Subi

Satur­day morn­ing cof­fee on the bal­cony. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Cover Story -

WHILE they may have a long, nar­row lay­out, ter­race homes can have a sur­pris­ing amount of liv­ing space.

The ground floor of this home in­cludes two pretty, con­nected liv­ing ar­eas with or­nate ceil­ings, arch­ways and a view of the front court­yard.

They flow through to the light and bright din­ing room and kitchen with black and white floor tiles, white cab­i­netry and stain­less steel ap­pli­ances.

From there, glass doors open to the al­fresco area and court­yard.

Up­stairs, there are three bed­rooms, in­clud­ing the master with a walk-in robe and semi-en­suite ac­cess to the bath­room and a fam­ily/sit­ting room. The home's master bed­room opens to a charm­ing bal­cony where the own­ers loved to sit with a cof­fee on a Satur­day morn­ing and watch the world go by.

“The streetscape is so beau­ti­ful, with many sim­i­lar ter­raced houses on the street,” they said.

The own­ers liked the home's lo­ca­tion, close to the hub of Su­bi­aco with­out feel­ing busy.

“Su­bi­aco has a vi­brant vil­lage feel,” they said.

“We love the farm­ers' mar­ket at Su­bi­aco Pri­mary and also the ease with which we could walk to Rokeby Road to meet friends for din­ner or drinks.” ■

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