WITH 2017sqm of land, a grand lounge, and loads of character, this Beeliar home has a lot going for it.
Let’s start in that stunning lounge, where wooden floorboards, ceiling beams and brickwork combine to create a really stunning talking point.
The centrepiece of the room is a black cast-iron heater, proud as punch and couched in brickwork, while the huge skylight, windows and French doors ensure plenty of natural light.
It’s just one of the highlights of this three bedroom, two bathroom home.
The Chook doesn’t tend to go on about the floors in a review, but this house has beautiful polished numbers, creating a rich foundation for the rest of the decor.
Another high point is the amazing back garden.
Open the French doors and step out onto the sheltered alfresco which overlooks a lush and expansive garden with everything from roses to cacti.
It really does have the feel of a lush oasis and you could easily get away from it all back here.
The massive garden includes a lovely Bali-style water feature and several ponds, and the alfresco is massive with plenty of room for dining and lounge settings, a day bed and BBQ/pizza oven.
There’s heaps of room for a bigger pool in the back garden and even a studio dwelling, or you could simply leave as is.
Everything has been done with a sense of individuality and style in this house, including the kitchen where the multicoloured splashback adds some warmth.
There’s also corrugated-style fascias on the cupboards and doors, giving the kitchen its own quirky twist.
There’a a table here, where you can enjoy breakfast and casual lunches, and a more formal dedicated dining room, complete with sliding doors and a quaint period fireplace.
The main bedroom is a beauty with the polished floors and exposed wooden beams in the ceiling, framing the bay window and lush trees outside.
There’s loads of living spaces including a study.
This 1960s brick and tile home includes a solar panel system, two split system ACs, built-in robes in the main bedroom, and a two-car garage.
Situated on a massive 2017sqm lot on Fanstone Avenue, it’s a short drive to Coogee Beach, Beeliar Village and Cockburn Central, and a bit further into Fremantle.
You get a lot more bang for your buck in Beeliar and at $789,000 this is a great buy – you are living in the burbs, but with that back garden you’ll feel like you’re in the heart of Margaret River.
Home open today (Saturday November 5) 2.30pm-3pm
72 Fanstone Avenue, Beeliar
C&Co Real Estate 6268 6493
Lauri Curtain 0422 478 150
Shaun Mayze 0407 774 264