THIS home offers the best of both worlds.
From street you see a charming Federation facade (circa 1905) set among lush gardens; step inside and you’ll be bowled over by the modern interior that includes traditional character features.
Jarrah floorboards and fireplaces sit alongside polished concrete floors and soaring ceilings.
One lovely period feature is the claw-foot bath in the bathroom.
There is a formal living area towards the front of the home, while the open-plan living/dining area, including a sleek modern kitchen with stone benchtops and stainless-steel appliances, is at the back.
Bi-fold doors open to a covered courtyard and gardens.
There is one bedroom downstairs and a second bedroom on the mezzanine floor.
There is another living area on this level and space for an office or third bedroom.
The home is on a 265sq m block in a quiet cul-de-sac near public transport, and a short stroll to the Beaufort Street cafe scene and the walkways along the Swan River.
Covered parking is available via a right of way access.