Forget Bali

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A heritage-listed boutique pub on the corner and cafes and restaurants in every direction, what’s not to like about living on Fremantle’s Norfolk Street? Absolutely nothing, as this town house revealed recently.

Forget Bali — living here the holiday feel is right on the doorstep, and you can follow the vendor’s lead and wander down to Bathers Beach for a refreshing dip before heading up town for breakfast.

Cooking wasn’t a high priority for the bachelor and, despite living here for more than 10 years the kitchen is pristine, the Bosch oven and stove still with their new “gloss”.

Set over four levels there’s plenty of space to spread out in this three-bedroom abode.

A raised sitting area overlooks the tree-lined street, a great spot to people-watch, or simply relax over a glass of something cool.

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Step inside and you’ll find a pleasant living area, where white painted brick walls are a crisp contrast to the rich hues of the iron bark timber floor.

Stairs lead down to the kitchen, which is at the rear of the abode, and a private courtyard big enough to invite the gang around for a barbie.

But if a romantic dinner for two is needed, the kitchen has a sweep of caesarstone benches and a swag of soft-close drawers and cupboards making showing off your cooking skills a breeze.

The bedrooms are spread over the second and third level, including one with a street-facing balcony.

A light-filled studio tops things off, an ideal space for an artist, or equally a great space to isolate noisy, smelly teenagers.

There’s parking for two cars, but living this close to the CBD one will be gathering cobwebs.

14/7 Norfolk Street, Fremantle
low $700,000s
Nicola Fleet | 0403 969 227
Yard Property | 9339 1006

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