House for sale
18 Kalgoorlie Street,
Mount Hawthorn, WA
5 2 1
HUGE Mount Hawthorn MASTERPIECE!This GORGEOUS 2 storey character home on an EXTRA-LARGE 627m2 block with magnificent CITY VIEWS oozes CHARM and its internal size will surprise!
Extended and renovated our residence is designed for the demands of a growing family seeking functional living without having to compromise on space, quality, fun or privacy.
A PERFECT balance of period elegance and MODERN style boasting multiple separate living areas, high ornate ceilings, extra-wide hallway, picture rails, jarrah floors and feature fire place which all add warmth to this extremely well positioned Mt Hawthorn property.
The AMAZING rear yard featuring a GORGEOUS alfresco area which overlooks the stunning pool allows your tribe to take full advantage of Perth’s wonderful climate.
This highly sought-after PROPERTY HOT SPOT puts you minutes away from all the opportunities that come with inner city living.
Mt Hawthorn, North Perth and Leederville café strips, easy freeway access and SUPER HANDY bike paths both to the city and coast make for a host of lifestyle choices!
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY ME:
-Spacious master bedroom with PRIVATE balcony providing AMAZING city views
-4 additional bedrooms with built-in robes plus study
-2 well-appointed bathrooms
-Elegant formal lounge and dining with feature fireplace and ornate ceilings
-Massive open plan kitchen/family/meals area all overlooking pool
-Modern kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, granite tops and great storage
-Decked alfresco area overlooking mature gardens, grassed yard and below ground pool
-Other extras include: Reverse cycle air-conditioning throughout, leadlight doors, wood combustion heater, high skirtings, jarrah boards, storage, plantation blinds, ceiling fans, secure front yard.
This information is provided for general information purposes only and is based on information provided by the Seller and may be subject to change. No warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy and interested parties should place no reliance on it and should make their own independent enquiries.
Last updated: 05:28PM on Dec 11th 2019