North Fremantle, 2 Westmeath Street – Offers by October 5

North Fremantle, 2 Westmeath Street – Offers by October 5
North Fremantle, 2 Westmeath Street – Offers by October 5
North Fremantle, 2 Westmeath Street – Offers by October 5
North Fremantle, 2 Westmeath Street – Offers by October 5
North Fremantle, 2 Westmeath Street – Offers by October 5
North Fremantle, 2 Westmeath Street – Offers by October 5

WITH its clean contemporary design, stylish decor with 1960s edge, and high quality fitting and fixtures, you could be forgiven for thinking this two-storey Riverstone home was just a magnificent showpiece.

However, selling agent Mark Dimmock said it was a fantastic, flexible home cleverly designed to suit a family at any stage of their lives.

“It is a timeless, hardworking home fit for the rough and tumble of younger kids, older children wanting their own space and parents looking to entertain and enjoy life,” he said.

“All the rooms are good sizes and it is low maintenance, with excellent separation and a great flow of indoor/outdoor living.

“The location is spectacular too, just 50m from a path taking you along the river and Rocky Bay and a short walk to Leighton Beach.”

The ground floor is ideal for the younger members of the family, with three large bedrooms, a bathroom and two living areas.

One living room opens to an internal courtyard planted with mature trees and surface-ready for golf or basketball enthusiasts.

The other living area, with a kitchen, opens to the pool where everyone can enjoy hours of summer fun.

The main living areas and kitchen are upstairs and make the most of the view of the river and yacht club.

Stacker doors opens to an alfresco area with built-in seating and a second set of doors can be opened or closed, allowing you to host formal gatherings or casual get-togethers in any weather.

The master suite, with huge dressing room and striking ensuite, and a study are also on the first floor.

The home is on a 510sq m block, with the gardens designed by Tim Davies Landscaping.

Mr Dimmock said buyers had the option to purchase the home outright and live there immediately, or they could buy it and rent it back to Riverstone for 12, 18 or 24 months.