Nestled within the family-friendly suburb of Mount Hawthorn, this property offers multiple living areas and appropriate zoning to enable families to grow.
Set across 445sqm of land, you are greeted by an abundance of greenery at the front yard as you meander across the pathway and approach the facade.
Originally built in 1954, the property expresses a charming character, which is evident as soon as you step through the front door and begin your journey across the wooden flooring overlooked by an elegant traditional ceiling.
With classic cornices and skirting running throughout the home, it is also host to a multitude of modern features and fixtures.
Moving across the two levels, you will be impressed by all the spacious rooms, with The Agency Wembley Director Paul Tonich saying the accommodation opportunities in the property is a definite standout.
“Getting a four-bedroom, two-bathroom, two-storey home on a large block in Mount Hawthorn is difficult at this price point,” he said.
“Upstairs and downstairs, you’ve got good living spaces and you can decide if you can use different areas in different ways.”
On the ground floor, the main area of the home flows across an open-plan layout – the living area sits to the side of the staircase, which leads onto the dining area before proceeding to the kitchen.
Take the entertainment outwards to the expansive backyard, complete with a grassed area, undercover paved area and exposed paved area.
The master bedroom is well positioned on the ground floor. With an original fireplace and split-system air-conditioning, it offers both form and function.
A secondary bedroom, along with a rear home office that could serve as a sleepout, are also available.
Ascend the stairs and you will find two commodious bedrooms, along with an additional living room – the choice is yours.
Given the ideal location of the home and its easy access to a range of lifestyle amenities and conveniences, Mr Tonich said the property would provide a great urban lifestyle.
“You’ve got easy access to cafe strips and shops, and about 50-100m away you’ve got Les Lilleyman Reserve, which has got great facilities for the kids to play,” he said.
“You’re still within two or three minutes to the North Perth cafe strip, close enough to the Scarborough Beach Road cafe strip and Oxford Street in Leederville.
“You’re also right in between Dog Swamp Shopping Centre, which has been extended and renovated, along with The Mezz Shopping Centre.”
Mr Tonich said the popularity of Mount Hawthorn Primary School brought a lot of interest, with there being a shortage of stock as a result.
“People don’t want to move out of the area – they want to get in the area as soon as they can and make sure they’ve secured a spot at the primary school,” he said.
Public transport is close by in what Mr Tonich described as a “strong, central inner-city location”.
143 London Street, Mount Hawthorn
Price: From $975,000
Agent: The Agency Wembley
Contact: Paul Tonich, 0478 180 765, Corey Adamson, 0435 731 998