A Moment in Time...
On an elevated 1060m2 parcel of land (R20/30) this property absolutely reeks of potential!
By 1974 at 21 Axford Street Como the finishing touches had been added, beaten copper, breeze blocks, mosaic tiles and timber panelling. Carpet patterns and wallpaper carefully chosen. The extension to the original late 50’s home was now complete. The finished product will faithfully serve as a family home for many years to come.
Frozen in time this home really is a snapshot of how we used to live. The original late 1950’s institutional yellow corner cast iron enamel bath, says approaching 60’s modernity like nothing else! And just a warning the mosaic tiles on the toilet floor may induce flashbacks in susceptible buyers…
The halcyon days of feature beaten copper flueing may be behind us, but the home’s location has lost none of its appeal.
The big solidly built brick and tile 3 bedroom 2 living area home has good bones and would serve as a great property with a freshen up. Polish the boards, modernize the kitchen and put in an ensuite.
Unlock the potential of the R20/30 zoning (STCA) by building 3 homes over this perfectly located block.
Proximal to Penrhos, Como and Curtin, this truly is Blue Chip real estate, rarely offered and much sought after.
The home currently boasts solar panels, bore reticulation, fruit trees, established garden, a powered shed and a decommissioned concrete swimming pool. With double crossovers there is also plenty of room to keep a caravan, garage a car and with off street parking to spare.
Inspection is a must.
Do me a favour and ring the doorbell at the home open. Not since Mike Oldfield’s soundtrack to the Exorcist, have pieces of pipe been used so hauntingly.
Council Rates: $2,033.03 (2019/20)
Water Rates: $1,162.80 (2018/19)
Contact Baston & Co. Property
- Lee and Derek Baston
- 0417 99 23 24
- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- 1 Parking Spaces
- Land size 1,060 m²
- Built-In Wardrobes
- Close to Schools
- Close to Shops
- Close to Transport
- Powered Shed