11A Manchester Street Victoria Park
$450.00 per week
*** Under Application ***
Absolutely stunning three bedroom home in one of Vic Parks best locations!
This ultra-walkable location is one block away from Read Park and Albany Hwy's famous cafe strip.
Buses to Perth's CBD are located on Albany Hwy and Vic Park train station is a short distance away.
Original features throughout such as lead light windows, tuck pointed brickwork, ornate hallway and polished timber floors offer charm and class to this gorgeous home.
Three full sized bedrooms with high ceilings and picture rails. The master bedroom has an antique style timber 4 door freestanding wardrobe. The second bedroom comes with a built in full wall of wardrobe and storage. The third bedroom is flexible as comes with drawers and a feature ornamental fireplace.
The spacious lounge room connecting the front and rear areas of the home has a warm feel and also comes with an ornamental feature fireplace and timber glass door.
The hub of the home is located at the rear with a modern open plan kitchen, dining and living space. The tidy kitchen has lots of bench space, gas cooking and a sizable fridge nook. The tiled dining and living zone has two sets of timber French doors opening onto the rear courtyard. The perfect place to sit with your morning coffee.
Features of this home:
- 3 full sized bedrooms
- Wardrobes to two rooms
- Formal living room
- Open plan dining/family room
- Ducted air conditioning
- Gas heater
- Security alarm
- Polished timber floor boards
- Lead light windows
- High ceilings
- Tuck pointed facade
- Full length patio
- Paved courtyard with leafy garden
- White picket fence and gates
- Claw-foot bath
- Lockable storage shed
- Lockable storage box
- Room for washer and dryer at ground level
- Friendly neighbours and a village feel community
Pets Considered Upon Application.
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