This solid, brick and tile 1950’s property is located in a much sought-after nook in Scarborough on a quiet cul-de-sac with virtually no passing traffic.
If you want peace and friendly neighbours, then this home ticks all the boxes. The current owners have lived in the house for more than 25 years and are now moving to the country .
With beaches just twenty minutes away by foot, you can make the most of the breathtaking sunsets and glorious sandy beaches. The vibrant, redeveloped Scarborough foreshore offers bars, restaurants and an array of cafes, neighbourhood supermarkets and the popular night markets every Thursday during the summer months.
You’re sure to embrace the seaside community and way of life while enjoying your own privacy in a secluded spot of Scarborough.
This block is spacious, offering potential for further development with rear street access subject to planning. It is situated close to good public and private schools and local public amenities.
Most of the house has Jarrah wood flooring throughout, and has retained some original features contributing to its charm and appeal.
This single storey, four by two home, has high ceilings with additional external buildings.
To the front of the property is a balcony/terrace. Sit and enjoy your morning coffee, and admire your front lawn, adorned with sweet-smelling roses and a beautiful crepe myrtle.
A hallway leads from the entrance door. To one side you have a large living area with wall to floor window and feature gas fireplace.
To the other side you have a spacious master bedroom with mirrored wardrobes. The family bathroom features a traditional, elegant free-standing roll- top bath, tiled floor, corner shower and wooden bathroom unit.
There’s two further bedrooms, both good sizes, one of which has an expansive wooden robe. The fourth bedroom, with a big corner window which overlooks the rear garden, has been made into a large home office.
The spacious kitchen is in the middle of the house and will accommodate a dining table. A generous opening between the kitchen and the lounge allows two-way conversation.
There’s a separate laundry to the rear of the kitchen. A second shower-room with toilet is light and roomy.
Walking out from the rear of the property is the north-west facing garden and a large undercover area which provides plenty of shade. It’s the perfect spot for a barbecue or al-fresco breakfast.
To one side of the garden, there’s an external spacious building with stand-alone entrance and is a blank canvas to suit your requirements. It has power throughout, so turn it into a games room, gym or office.
A workshop behind this building is your own ‘man-cave’. Store surfing boards, fishing rods, tools and even a car. There’s an entrance from a back lane for convenience.
Without doubt, this home will be snapped up quickly – opportunities like this don’t come up very often! It’s exceptional, quiet Scarborough location, layout and charm, means it truly stands out in the crowd.
– Block size 701 square metres [With potential to subdivided with rear access ]
– Bore water
– Fully-ducted split-system air conditioning
– Prime, much envied position in quiet cul-de-sac
– North-west facing garden
– Driveway parking for five cars
– Outside workshop
– External building ideal as a games/study/gym room
– Large undercover area looking out to garden
– All year-round heated Swimming pool
– Four good sized bedrooms (one bedroom currently used as study)
– High ceilings
– Some 1950’s features
– Close to redeveloped Scarborough foreshore with cafes, restaurants and bars
shops and local parks
– Good public transport links and short drive to Perth CBD
– Catchment of Churchlands school and Doubleview Primary
– Close to established premium, private schools
– Beach within 20-minute stroll
– Family-friendly neighbourhood