Lazy afternoons entertaining on the big back deck overlooking the huge grassed backyard. That’s the lifestyle you will enjoy in this beautiful Character residence which has been restored, renovated and extended to allow for modern living.
Built in 1907, and owned by one family for almost 100 years, this lovely Federation home sits on a giant landholding of 1,203sqm with a rear ROW, and is Zoned R25 meaning sub-division is an option.
Restoration has ensured the magnificent Character features remain with immaculate jarrah floors, stunning fireplaces, ceiling roses and decorative arches, while sympathetic renovations have added a contemporary feel via a big open-plan extension with a recycled brick feature wall and huge timber and glass sliders opening out to the giant back entertaining deck.
Renowned for its leafy avenue of London Plane Trees, residents of Queenslea Drive enjoy a lifestyle centred around the shores of Freshwater Bay and Claremont Yacht Club and embrace the short stroll from the convenience of the Claremont Quarter with easy access to Private and local schools and transport.
• Renovated Federation home Circa 1907
• 1,203sqm sub-divisible block – zoned R25
• Rear ROW
• 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
• Lovely open plan extension
• Established reticulated gardens
• Under house storage
• Single garage
• 400 metres from the Claremont Quarter and Freshwater Bay