Setting the scene

COME hail or shine the view from the terrace of this Beaconsfield home is sure to delight.

For most of the year you can enjoy the sun setting in spectacular style over South Beach.

“In the afternoon we enjoy the views with a cup of tea,” the owner says.

In winter you can appreciate the wild weather from behind the casement bay-windows of the spacious open-plan lounge.

Indian Ocean

The house is located in a cul-de-sac on Hale Street, so there’s no passing traffic to spoil the views that stretch to the Indian Ocean.

This four-bedroom/two-bathroom home is the perfect nest for a growing family, with just the right amount of separation from the kids’ bedrooms and the parent’s, which has a spacious walk-in-robe and generous en suite.

Along with the open lounge/dining area, beside the kitchen is a family room with a sheltered north-facing courtyard.

“The ferns love it there,” the owner says, pointing to the overflowing pots and hanging baskets.

A heap of windows ensure the home is full of natural light on the gloomiest of days, including the sunny kitchen, with it’s solid jarrah cupboards and drawers.

A sweep of white stone benchtops and a new cook top and oven will make meal times a breeze.

There’s plenty of outdoor space on this 789sqm property, with a pleasant rambling front garden and paving at the rear.

The house has five parking spaces, including a carport which is accessed off the right of way.

This is a great family abode with Beaconsfield Primary School and Fremantle College a short walk away.

There are two shopping centres nearby and South Beach is 15 minutes away on foot.

by JENNY D’ANGER

40 Hale Street,
Beaconsfield
$1.25 million
Mark Brophy
0403 382 555
Mark Brophy Real Estate
9335 9800

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