Easy liv­ing in funky home

Plenty of charm­ing fea­tures in town­house-style home. By NATALIE HORDOV

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Residential -

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. ■

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