Set in a wide, tree-lined avenue, amid other quality character homes, this sandstone and brick bungalow offers charm and plenty of space.
The four-bedroom home is set on 948sqm corner block, with neat gardens to the front and back.
You will find it at 169 First Avenue, Royston Park.
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Inside, you will find an elegant interior, decorated in neutral colour tones.
Some of the home’s period features include jarrah floors, leadlight windows and plantation shutters, as well as high ceilings.
The front door sits under a veranda and opens to an impressive central hallway, typical of its era.
The flexible floorplan offers four front bedrooms with ceiling fans. Bedroom two has a fireplace, while the main is large and luxurious, with a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite that is plumbed and ready to complete. Bedroom three also has a walk-in wardrobe.
The home offers multiple, spacious living and entertainment zones, starting with a formal living room with access to a feature entertainment pergola with a ceiling fan, a built-in barbecue and heaters.
To the rear of the floorplan is a special feature kitchen/family/dining zone. The dining space overlooks the rear garden through a large bay window.
The kitchen, which has a servery space to the dining room, also enjoys views through the bay window. Decorated in a classic dark and white colour scheme, it has two electric ovens and a Miele dishwasher.
Extras include solar power and ducted heating and cooling.
The home is on the market with Smallacombe Mitcham and is being advertised with a price of $1.15 million.