House for sale
10 James Street,
5 3 4
OFFERS CLOSING BY 11/11/19 UNLESS SOLD PRIOR
WHERE HERITAGE MEETS TODAY'S LIFESTYLEOpportunity knocks for you to own your own very special piece of Western Australian History in Guildford, the earliest inland settlement of Perth, which has a wonderful heritage feel from the Rose & Crown to the shopping precinct of James Street, Lilac Hill and the Swan Valley that is on your doorstep with the CBD an easy commute - drive, bus or train.
This unique heritage home sits on spacious 1872 sqm of land provides the workmanship of a bye gone era, along with its history and many family memories. Add to this it's great location, the park right, Guildford Grammar and set in the heart of Guildford.
Have you ever dreamed of owning a pub? This home was one: The Devenish Inn: now a lovely peaceful idyllic home - with access off Peel Street.
This 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom double storey home has evolved over time.
The formal sitting and dining rooms are reminiscence of their origins and yet so appropriate for today.
The kitchen has been well thought out with plenty of storage, with granite bench tops and American Cherry cupboard doors. This hub was the original building and still has on display the original Sheoak shingles and brick work.
The spacious informal family, living and dining, opens on to the resort style swimming pool and outdoor alfresco.
The home is surrounded by lush easy-care gardens that have grown up with the history of the property, from the camphor trees, the 160 year old orange tree, with an incredibly varied orchard to the grape-bearing vines.
Within the garden there is a separate guest bedroom and bathroom, adjoining the studio and games room next to which is the huge garage/workshop.
You think we are done, but we are not, there is moreanother BBQ and outdoor dining area,
fish pond with lovely frogs so you know all is at one with the ecology of the garden. Enjoy the veggie patch and a beautiful shaded area where children can have fun and play in the "cubby" house.
First time offered in a long, long time, so don't miss out on this rare opportunity to inspect a very special piece of Western Australian History.
Last updated: 02:19PM on Oct 17th 2019