THIS property packs quite a punch.
The 559sq m corner block includes the main residence, pool, two-car garage, studio and storeroom.
The house was built in 1920 and selling agent Chelsea Peinke said it was an uplifting character home with beautiful features and a full-height extension providing an abundance of space, charm and functionality.
The original part of the home has plenty of character features, including front veranda with tessellated tiling, timber floorboards, sash windows, fireplace with tiled hearth and timber mantle, and a decorative archway at the start of the wide hallway.
The front of the home includes three spacious bedrooms.
All have built-in robes and one has a Federation-style ensuite with a stained glass porthole window.
The layout leads past the main bathroom, with black-and-white tiling and free-standing bath, and laundry to the extension.
The extension includes an open-plan living and dining area and kitchen with ample storage space, appliance cupboard, corner pantry, stainless steel appliances and built-in informal meals table with granite benchtop.
It opens to the covered, limestone paved alfresco area overlooking the heated saltwater pool.
The master bedroom opens off the living area and includes a walk-through robe and large ensuite with bath, double vanity unit, double shower and heated towel rail.
“This pocket of Subiaco has a very neighbourly feel to it, very friendly, and is just steps to everything that the Subiaco centre has to offer,” Ms Peinke said. n