Easy living in funky home
Plenty of charming features in townhouse-style home. By NATALIE HORDOV
THERE is more to this townhouse than meets the eye.
It has an attractive exterior and the striking rustic, timber, iron and glass front door suggests there is more to look forward to inside.the owner described the Klopper-inspired home as funky and it has a host of charming and eye-catching features.
Red, recycled brick feature walls contrast nicely with painted, white brick walls in the open-plan living/dining/kitchen area.
Floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows look out to a rear courtyard, with aggregate flooring, and let in plenty of natural light.
Past the renovated kitchen, with black terracotta tiles, breakfast bar, large pantry and a glass splashback, a European laundry leads out to a second courtyard with brick paving and mature trees.
Near the front door, a timber-and-iron staircase takes you to the first floor, with timber flooring and pitched ceilings.
The bedrooms and modern bathroom are on this floor.the master has a built-in robe and skylight, and the remaining two bedrooms have feature brick walls.
The owner has fond memories of the home.
“My years there were predominantly single and child-free,” they said.
“I had some great parties and it is also a nice place to chill alone.”
The owner said it was an easy maintenance townhouse, with a good feel, and central to everything Subiaco has to offer.
“I felt I could walk almost anywhere I needed to and catch public transport with ease,” they said. ■