Townhouse a hid­den jewel

Fore­shore just a walk away.

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Reviews - By NATALIE HOR­DOV

WHILE Craw­ley is best known for its apart­ments, it also has lovely gems like this townhouse.

It has a pretty ex­te­rior and the beau­ti­fully pre­sented, freshly painted in­te­rior has Black­butt tim­ber floor­ing in the liv­ing area and stone bench­tops in the well-ap­pointed kitchen and bath­rooms.

The ground floor in­cludes an open­plan liv­ing/din­ing/kitchen area that opens to the cov­ered al­fresco area.

The mas­ter bed­room is up­stairs, has an en­suite and built-in robe, and opens to a bal­cony. There are two more bed­rooms, both with built-in robes and the main bath­room on this level.

Ad­di­tional fea­tures in­clude re­ver­se­cy­cle, split-sys­tem air­con­di­tion­ing, dou­ble glaz­ing, energy ef­fi­cient LED light­ing and se­cu­rity screen doors.

The home is on a 198sq m block, close to the fore­shore and in walk­ing dis­tance of cafes, Broad­way shops, restau­rants and UWA.

It is a short trip by car, bus or bike to the city and Su­bi­aco. ■

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