Tudor time

REAL mullioned windows and gorgeous timber ensure this Tudor-style manor in Mount Pleasant feels super authentic.

A soaring arched portico shields the massive double-timber front door, and manicured privet hedging and topiary frame the home perfectly.

Sitting on 812sqm, it’s as spacious as a manor house with five bedrooms and three-bathrooms.

The stairwell is a soaring space reaching up to the second level, and under foot is a sweep of golden timber floors.

Off the entry is a huge formal lounge with a king-sized open fire. Next door is a massive games room and the recently re-felted billiard table is included in the sale.

The spacious open plan is a modern twist on a Tudor dining hall. Banks of casement windows ensure plenty of light in the generous kitchen, which has white stone benchtops and a huge walk-in pantry.

Henry VIII was partial to royal picnics and he’d no doubt approve of the huge covered alfresco, where the sweet smell of honeysuckle fills the air. He could also indulge his love of wine, grabbing a bottle or three from the massive wine cellar.

A natural rock wall and plenty of greenery surround a deep pool, which is accessed via french doors off the living area.

The main bedroom is fit for a king and includes a spacious ensuite with double vanities and a dressing room with his-and-hers robes.

Situated on Mount View Terrace, it’s a pleasant stroll to the Mt Pleasant foreshore and the local primary school is close by.

Living in a Tudor mansion that’s close to the water, great schools and excellent shops. What more could you ask for?

By JENNY D’ANGER

37 Mount View Terrace, Mount Pleasant
Auction Wednesday
October 30, 6pm
Jennifer Castle 0414 572 440
Ray White Fremantle

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