Dating back to 1902 this is one of Beaconsfield's earliest homes and one of the grandest. The original property has been restored and upgraded making it a very practical, comfortable and well appointed home but has been done in a way that maintains and enhances all the wonderful character of the 1900's.

A deep wrap around bullnose verandah welcomes you to the home and provides access to front and side entrances as well as plenty of undercover seating from which to enjoy the garden.
You enter into a wide central hall with decorative features and central plaster archway. The home has wide jarrah floorboards throughout, sash windows, high ceilings and art deco decorative plaster cornicing to the lounge and dining. This room has been opened up either side of the central chimney breast with a two way gas log fire.

Two large bedrooms are entered from the hallway, one has private doorway back out to the side verandah and views to the front through two tall sash windows the other has been fitted with a bespoke wall of cupboards has side window overlooking the garden.

The hallway leads straight through to the rear of the home which has a spacious room sized kitchen with central island, panelled cupboard doors and plenty of bench space. An original brick chimney breast houses the 900mm Gas and electric Ilve stove. There is room here for casual dining and views out through windows and doors to the rear gardens. The other side of the room has an equally spacious newly renovated bathroom with deep enamel bath and full height gloss white tiling.

Step out the back onto a deep rear deck that has an architecturally designed patio incorporating inbuilt bench seating, large exposed timber beams and supports and caf blinds to close and enjoy the area all year round.

A third bedroom or studio room is separate but also has easy access from the house. I has its own sink, outdoor shower and the original outdoor toilet is close by.

Don't miss this one, the combination of a restored character home, spacious gardens, double garage and central location is very rare indeed.

Further features include :
- Double lockup garage with additional roof storage
- Fully reticulated gardens
- Hot and cold outdoor shower
- Alarm system
- Reverse cycle ducted airconditioning
- Plenty of space for boat/caravan/ guest parking
- Well positioned centrally in the street and surrounded by character homes


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