this original Carlisle home has been with the same family for more than 100 years.
The owner’s son said the 1935sq m property had a long history in his family.
“My grandfather’s parents built the house in 1914 and it now belongs to my mum,” he said.
“My mum and all her siblings were born there and it has tremendous sentimental value; in fact, she only moved out when she married my father.
“The house has been vacant since the ’80s but it has been maintained by my brother for the past 18 years and he has done a really great job.”
This rare rectangular corner block boasts a wide 77 metre frontage to Archer Street and 25 metres to Weston Street and O’Dea Street to either side.
The location comes with great lifestyle options, with shops along Archer Street, Lathlain Park nearby and the Victoria Park cafe strip just down the road offering an array of restaurants and retail facilities.
Also close by are schools, parks and public transport, including Carlisle train station, providing easy access to Perth CBD.
The block has potential for redevelopment or could be your next renovation project, with the house to be sold in an as-is condition.
“Alongside the house there is a garage or workshop, outdoor laundry and working bore and the back half of the lot is full of beautiful, full-sized trees,” the owner’s son said.