THE owner of this home was seeking to downsize and found this 326sq m property after searching for many months.
Part of the attraction was the block’s north-|facing orientation that would allow for a garden.
Local architect Colin Moore designed the charming home which was built in 1999 with natural materials including limestone, terracotta and timber.
It is nestled at the back of the block, providing plenty of space for the gorgeous garden with roses, gardenias and native trees, herbs and vegetables.
Inside, there is a light-filled open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with a verdant outlook and doors to a terrace running the length of the house.
It has a magnificent view.
“Sitting in the lounge looking out to the garden when the roses are in full bloom has to be seen to be believed,” the owner said.
“The garden is filled with many hundreds of blooms; it is breathtaking.”
They said the upstairs loft with its treetop views was also a lovely place to sit in during winter.
Two bedrooms, both with ensuites, robes and doors to the terrace are on either side of the living area.
Other features include ample storage, a study nook, skylightsand a carport with electric rollerdoor.
The owner has enjoyed living in Daglish
“Daglish is a tranquil little pocket that not many people seem to know about yet it is so close to all the benefits of Subiaco,” the owner said.
“It’s a friendly place to live; the residents of the street greet each other by name.”
Daglish train station is just a short walk away, while parks and schools, including Jolimont primary school and Shenton College, are nearby.
1 Troy Terrace
Agency: Caporn Young
Contact: Hayley Brown on 0410 969 172 or Oonagh Lisle on 0411 037 504