Fam­ily home is very wel­com­ing

Plenty of room to stretch out and cosy spots to come to­gether. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Reviews -

two-storey home has a wel­com­ing am­bi­ence and of­fers a com­fort­able and con­ve­nient life­style for a fam­ily.

En­joy out­ings to nearby Kings Park and the Swan River, or make Sun­day break­fast at one of the cafes along Ham­p­den Road a fam­ily tra­di­tion.

There is easy ac­cess to shops and ex­cel­lent schools and it is a 10-minute drive to the CBD, Clare­mont or Su­bi­aco.

The home is roomy, al­low­ing fam­ily mem­bers to spread out and en­joy some peace and quiet or come to­gether with ease.

There is a for­mal lounge room with a charm­ing fire­place with tim­ber man­tel­piece, and a for­mal din­ing room.

The large kitchen has am­ple stor­age and the ca­sual meals area is an ideal place to gather and share the day’s news over din­ner.

A light-filled fam­ily and din­ing room of­fers more space for fam­ily ac­tiv­i­ties or en­ter­tain­ing and opens to the al­fresco area and gar­den.

You can even en­joy your morn­ing cof­fee or even­ing wine while lis­ten­ing to the bub­bling foun­tain.

The home has four bed­rooms and there might be some dis­cus­sion over who gets which room.

Bed­room four is sure to be in de­mand.

It has a built-in robe and en­suite and opens to the al­fresco area.

If it is not snapped up by an older teenager, it would make a lovely guest suite for vis­it­ing rel­a­tives.

The re­main­ing three bed­rooms, in­clud­ing the huge master with walk-in robe, dress­ing room and en­suite, are up­stairs.

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