WHILE they may have a long, narrow layout, terrace homes can have a surprising amount of living space.
The ground floor of this home includes two pretty, connected living areas with ornate ceilings, archways and a view of the front courtyard.
They flow through to the light and bright dining room and kitchen with black and white floor tiles, white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.
From there, glass doors open to the alfresco area and courtyard.
Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, including the master with a walk-in robe and semi-ensuite access to the bathroom, and a family/sitting room.
The master bedroom opens to a charming balcony where the owners loved to sit with a coffee on a Saturday morning and watch the world go by.
“The streetscape is so beautiful, with many similar terraced houses on the street,” they said.
The owners liked the home’s location, close to the hub of Subiaco without feeling busy.
“Subiaco has a vibrant village feel; we love the farmers’ market at Subiaco Primary and also the ease with which we could walk to Rokeby Road to meet friends for dinner on drinks,” they said.