Loved home

THIS Hilton property is being sold for the first time in nearly half a century.

Built in the 1950s with timber frames, it’s on a whopping 904sqm block on Snook Crescent, one of the most desirable streets in the suburb.

You will fall in love with this three bedroom one bathroom house when you see the Tudor-style wooden beams on the facade.


It’s a cute throwback and conjures up images of chocolate box cottages and weekends in the English countryside.

The house is couched in a sea of lush plants and trees, almost peeking out from behind the foliage, befitting of its location in “The Garden Suburb”.

Walking inside this house is a bit like entering a time capsule with lots of wood panelling, bold wallpaper and brightly-painted hinges.

It’s not unpleasant, just quaint, and the property is being sold “as is” with a from-$700,000 price tag.

The bones are good as they say, and it has lovely wooden floorboards as well as some herringbone floors.

The huge back garden has a nice layout with large trees providing plenty of shade, paved areas, a shed and a large pool that has seen better days.

It’s ripe for a makeover with an alfresco, pizza oven, BBQ and a revitalised pool.

It wouldn’t take much and is an area where you could really have some fun with the family and make lots of memories.

The owners clearly did and provided the Chook with photos of them having fun with their kids over the years.

The block is zoned R20 so you could renovate, extend or subdivide, and there’s loads of room to build a separate self-contained studio.

The home has two car spaces and is in a family friendly neighbourhood a short distance from schools, shops and cafes.

It’s also 60 steps from Grigg Park; yes the realtor apparently counted them (that’s dedication in a booming house market!) This property has loads of potential and is in a good suburb close to Fremantle.

From $700,000
27 Snook Crescent, Hilton

Curtain & Co Real Estate
Agent Lauri Curtain 0422 478 150
Call for private viewing

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