BUILT over three levels, this townhouse in a complex of eight offers a range of opportunities from family home to running a home business to Airbnb.
The key to this flexibility is the ground floor, which includes a room, with an ensuite, that opens to a sunken courtyard with a pear tree.
Selling agent Clare Nation said this level could be accessed via the garage, main home or from the courtyard via stairs from the property’s street-level entry. This separate external entrance means the room could be used as a home office or for short-term rental.
Alternatively a teenager, adult child living at home or older relative could have their own space while sharing the family home. It would even make a great guest room if you have regular visitors or offer some extra living space.
The home’s first floor is also accessed via stairs from street level and includes an open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with Tasmanian oak flooring and laundry with separate toilet.
On one side it opens to a balcony overlooking the courtyard and on the other to a second courtyard.
Ms Nation said the home was north-facing and received beautiful morning sun as well as lovely afternoon light.
There are two bedrooms on the second floor, both with ensuites and walk-in robes.
The master also has its own balcony.
Other features include travertine tiling in the kitchen and bathrooms, airconditioning, and secure underground parking for two cars.
The home is a minute’s walk from the attractions of Rokeby Road and public transport and is a short drive from the city, coast, UWA and hospitals.
4/291 Churchill Avenue
Offers over $895,000
Agency: The Property Exchange
Contact: Niki Peinke on 0411 428 117 or Clare Nation on 0400 586 281