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Iconic Residence

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All offers presented on or before 7/12/2017 (unless sold prior)
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A home like 29 Edinboro Street Mount Hawthorn rarely comes on the market. This home has gained Iconic status for its leading role in bringing architectural change to Mount Hawthorn with its unique custom designed sweeping curved roof. The sense of space in this home is exhilarating with 5.5 metre ceilings in the upper level, north facing house length skylights and electronically opened louvered windows. The 8 meters of floor to ceiling glass opens to the 45m² Western Cedar covered balcony with a tree top backdrop and the free-flowing open plan living brings light to every corner of the home.

There is zoned underfloor heating that keeps the living areas, kitchen, and all bathrooms climate controlled throughout the winter months, a 50kg capacity dumb waiter to transfer your groceries from the garage to the kitchen, a fully wired theatre room that also hosts the intelligent home wiring terminals where a range of media and digital devices can be used to connect to all rooms in the home and ducted or reverse cycle air-conditioning in all living areas and bedrooms.

A 4,000 litre water storage bladder sits under the decking, fed from the winter rains to provide backup during water restrictions while a submersible bore reticulates the gardens and verge lawns.

But there is so much more than just state of the art finishes in this home. Offering approximately 480 m2 of luxurious living in a superior location with views of Perth city just 4km’s away, the Darling Ranges and Sadlier Park over the road and in the sought-after community of Mount Hawthorn. The home has three bedrooms on the upper level each with an ensuite bathroom, an extensive kitchen and scullery, dining area, two internal living areas and a 50m2 indoor/outdoor room which incorporates a full length bench, sink, dishwasher, gas stainless steel BBQ, WOK burner and refrigerator, with overhead cupboards and below bench storage. Bi-fold doors open to the wooden decking in the tranquil rear garden that backs on to Axford Lane.

The kitchen on the northern side of the home is cleverly designed to engage with all the open internal and external living areas.  It truly is the heart of the home. With no less than 30 self- closing draws to test the memory, a ceiling height Pantry cupboard and an adjoining scullery housing the Dumb Waiter, dishwasher and sink bench, it is the meeting point of the home. All the bench tops are arctic white Corian with Miele appliances including a 4 burner gas benchtop cooker, a wok burner, wall oven, steamer oven and a warmer oven.

The main bedroom suite features a ceiling to floor window, built in and walk in robes. In the ensuite you can enjoy duel bench suspended basins, a glass pivot door to the shower, a full size bath and to top it off a heated wall mounted towel rail and private toilet.

The lower level of the home comprises a stylish entrance foyer, theatre room, study or 4th bedroom, generous bathroom, large functional laundry, 4m x 3.2m cellar, extensive 7m x 3.7m storeroom or workshop and an 8 x 8m ceramic tiled double garage.

Externally there is parking for an additional 2 vehicles on the double drive, feature stone work to the front fence and a secure lawn area. The spacious rear yard has a sail shade covered wooden deck leading onto a lawned area with steps down to four large beds suitable for vegetables and herbs.  Two mature macadamia nut trees, a productive fig tree and several olive trees surround the garden boundary along with lemon trees and some large frangipanis with ferns and palms in the shaded areas.

A small feature shed sits on the northern rear boundary close to the gate giving access to Axford Lane.

All situated on the 816sqm 20metre frontage block to add to this rare offering. Large subdivisible lots in Mount Hawthorn are as scarce as this unique home itself.

Location and Neighbourhood

This property is conveniently located in the South Eastern corner of Mount Hawthorn approximately 4km from the Perth CBD and a five minute walk to the café strip on Scarborough Beach Road and Mezz Shopping Centre. Developments at the northern end of Oxford Street provide additional services and amenities, cafés, restaurants and bars. There are four parks, play grounds and playing fields within 1km of the property including the family friendly Sadlier Park across the road. Parallel to Edinboro Street is Shakespeare Street which is a Bike Zone and part of the Perth bikeway network.

Three blocks from the home is the sought after Mount Hawthorn Primary School, with Aranmore Primary and Senior schools a short walk away. The property is also within the catchment area for Churchlands Senior School, Mount Lawley High and the Government’s proposed new senior school in Subiaco.

 

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