OOZING character, this 1925-built home offers surprise features around every corner.
Located on a 739sq m block and with rear-lane access, there are plenty of options to renovate and subdivide.
A fenced and gated front garden, tiled veranda with planter boxes and archways, and timber and glass front door welcome you into the home.
The timber floorboards, skirting boards and high ceilings in the hallway continue into the formal lounge room, complete with Rinnai gas heater built into the fireplace.
The updated kitchen and dining area includes a dishwasher, gas stove, electric oven and pantry.
Three bedrooms share the bathroom with toilet, bath, vanity unit and quirky marble-look walls, plus there is a shower in the separate laundry.
The paved rear patio with high gabled roof connects the main home to a studio with living or bedroom space, separate built-in timber bar, its own alfresco area and access to the saltwater pool, which is not in use.
Stunning established rear gardens and lawns, bore reticulation, and carport the full length of the house complete the home.
Just seven minutes walk to Beaufort Street means you have easy bus access to Mt Lawley, the CBD and Morley Galleria, Mt Lawley primary and senior high schools.
WAAPA and ECU are also an easy walk and nearby are lovely outdoor spaces such as Hyde Park, Mt Lawley Golf Club and Yokine Reserve.
204 Sixth Avenue
Mid to high $800,000s
Agency: Ray White Inner North
Contact: Matt Seabrook on 0435 227 120